Assigning fixed and dynamic addresses via DHCP based on Option 82 and vendorclass
dhcp1 at thehobsons.co.uk
Sun Apr 13 15:46:03 UTC 2008
Anders Rosendal wrote:
>I have configured a "shared-network" but did not put that in the
>config since I regarded it as given for my configuration.
We can't assume anything on this list !
>The problem is when using the proposed configuration the
>VoIP-devices matches my classes like "as07-Fa0/1", and assigns a
>public IP. I would like to either add a third conditional statement
>matching, or not matching the "voip vendor-class". Can a client
>belong to more then one class?
>Are there a predictable order in which classes are assigned to a
>request, or a class is mapped into a pool?
So in a case like this, where you have "class a does x, class b does
y", then you have to make sure that the selection criteria for "a"
and "b" are mutually exclusive if you want "x" and "y" to be.
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