dhcpd sending on the same IP it receives on
bakers at web-ster.com
Wed Dec 12 16:16:32 UTC 2007
Glenn Satchell wrote:
> Have a look at the server-identifier statement, and maybe the
> local-address statement. Between them they may do what you want.
> In general though, the source address on an IP packet is a function of
> the IP kernel driver and not the application. Virtual interfaces are
> not like separate physical interfaces, the packets always go in and out
> via eth0, it's just that it will accept packets with either IP
I ended up using the local-address statement and it did exactly what
I needed it to. Thanks!
Scott Baker - Canby Telcom
RHCE - System Administrator - 503.266.8253
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