w2k 'excluderange' analog?
Glenn.Satchell at uniq.com.au
Tue Sep 19 21:27:29 UTC 2006
>Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2006 16:15:46 -0400
>From: Aaron Bennett <abennett at clarku.edu>
>To: dhcp-users at isc.org
>Subject: w2k 'excluderange' analog?
>Many thanks to all who responded to my first post about this win2k ->
>isc tool I'm working on. The next task at hand is dealing with Windows
>DHCP excluderanges. Win2k DHCP allows you to exclude ranges in the
>middle of scopes; multiple ranges inside each scope are possible. So
>you can have "range 10.6.65.120 10.6.65.253" with
>10.6.65.135->10.6.65.142 excluded from the middle of it. Looking
>through "The DHCP Handbook" I find no corresponding concept in isc dhcp,
>so to achieve my above example you'd need:
>range 10.6.65.120 10.6.65.134
>range 10.6.65.143 10.6.65.253
>Am I correct here?
ISC's version of dhcp sort of forces you to be organised with your
ranges. Otherwise it can get messy looking if you have IPs excluded in
different places in your ranges.
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