How would I do this?
ej.isc at indicium.org
Tue Feb 10 21:54:22 UTC 2009
Sorry for the vague subject line.
I have 2 situations that I am wondering if the DHCP Server can help me
First of all, I am a rookie.
I have a notebook user who can connect to the network by way of wireless
or wired. Sometimes he thinks he is having a problem with the wireless
connection and plugs in the wired connect, then of course nothing works.
Is it possible for the DHCP Server to refuse to give an IP when one or
the other client already has one? If he is connected wirelessly, then
the wired connection will not get an IP or vice versa.
I have a notebook user who is a little technologically challenged. When
she would travel outside the office we would have files that she needs
placed on her desktop or in My Documents folder. So we have shortcuts
for these network shares. The notebook user is able to connect to the
office network either by wireless or wired connection.
Is it possible to tell the DHCP Server to give her the same IP when she
is connected by wire or wirelessly? That way, we can use the same
network shortcuts to her all the time.
I hope that I am making sense through all this.
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