Problem in DHCP Server no free leases Error
rajiv.grid at gmail.com
Tue May 20 11:55:20 UTC 2008
In my dhcp server the dhcp version was (OS: Scientific linux 4.0)
[root at g40 ~]# rpm -q dhcp
In my dhcp client , the dhcp version was (OS: Fedora Core 4 )
[root at g152 ~]# rpm -q dhcp
Is there anything causing trouble with these versions..
On 5/20/08, Simon Hobson <dhcp1 at thehobsons.co.uk> wrote:
> Rajiv Rajaian wrote:
> > ddns-update-style ad-hoc;
> I would suggest "interim" or "none" depending on your needs, "ad-hoc" is
> deprecated. But that's unlikely to be related to your problem.
> > In /etc/dhcpd.conf I haven't configured the option
> > domain-name-servers . Is this must for dhcp server configuration??
> It's not needed for server config, but it is needed for the clients to do
> anything useful.
> > What is the root cause for this no free leases
> It means exactly what it says, well almost ! Quite simply, a client has
> requested a lease and there is no lease available that can be given to it.
> It doesn't apply with your config, but it's possible to configure things so
> that certain clients are restricted to certain address ranges - in that case
> you can have "no free leases" while having addresses that are free, it's
> just that the client isn't allowed to use any of the free addresses.
> I can't see anything wrong with your config, so a couple of things to check
> 1) What version are you using.
> 2) Have you checked your leases file to see that there are actually free
> leases ? If you'd had a bit of churn with bootp devices, that can
> permanently eat up your leases as they never expire.
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