Requests on Second NIC

Rimike Y Liverpool ryliverp at
Thu May 25 14:44:40 UTC 2006

When I look at the logs, I see the requests from the other network.
Granted, they get NACKs with a message saying "wrong network" but I was 
wondering if it would be possible not to even get those.

Yema Liverpool
AIX  Support Team-Rochester, MN
Integrated Technology Delivery, Server Operations 
Dept LVJG, Bldg 020-3 A224
Phone:  507-253-5817
ryliverp at

Glenn Satchell <Glenn.Satchell at> 
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05/25/2006 09:40 AM
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Re: Requests on Second NIC

Hi Yema,

That looks like the right settings. What leads you to believe that it
is not ignoring the other interface?


>To: dhcp-users at
>Subject: Re: Requests on Second NIC
>From: Rimike Y Liverpool <ryliverp at>
>Date: Thu, 25 May 2006 09:25:59 -0500
>I don't have any information in dhcpd.conf for the second network and I 
>run dhcpd by doing "dhcpd en0" and I'm running it on AIX.
>Yema Liverpool
>AIX  Support Team-Rochester, MN
>Integrated Technology Delivery, Server Operations 
>Dept LVJG, Bldg 020-3 A224
>Phone:  507-253-5817
>ryliverp at
>Douglas Armstrong <doug at> 
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>05/25/2006 09:19 AM
>Please respond to
>dhcp-users at
>dhcp-users at
>Re: Requests on Second NIC
>Don't put a range in for the subnet you do not want to serve. Or you can 
>only start the service on the nic you want to serve (in redhat you 
>specify the interfaces in /etc/sysconfig/dhcpd as :
>DHCPDARGS="eth1 eth:
>Douglas Armstrong
>Rimike Y Liverpool wrote:
>> Hi,
>> One of my DHCP servers has two NICs connected to two different networks

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