ISC DHCP server offers fixed IP addresses to ANY device!
jatinder at teamf1.com
Sat Dec 20 01:38:58 UTC 2008
isc-dhcpd has this issue. So as Daniel mentioned, you need to divide your
range in such a way that it does not include fixed addresses to overcome
Otherwise, replace isc-dhcpd with dnsmasq, which supports this feature.
On Sat, Dec 20, 2008 at 4:24 AM, Chuck Anderson <cra at wpi.edu> wrote:
> > Any help/response on this issue is highly appreciated.
> 1. Host statements are always global. Don't bother splitting them
> and declaring them inside each subnet. It will cause problems with
> option inheritance.
> 2. fixed-addresses MUST NOT BE INCLUDED IN ANY RANGE STATEMENTS.
> Split the ranges around any assigned fixed-addresses. E.g. if you
> have this anywhere in the config file:
> fixed-address 10.10.10.57;
> You must create ranges that don't included 10.10.10.57, e.g.:
> range 10.10.10.10 10.10.10.56;
> range 10.10.10.58 10.10.10.100;
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