Mapping a MAC to an IP...
ej.isc at indicium.org
Thu Jan 22 18:48:36 UTC 2009
Chuck Anderson wrote:
> It depends. If you mean to reserve a fixed-address for a client in a
subnet, then you use a host statement (declared outside all subnet
blocks). fixed-addresses are handled separately in the server and do
not follow the normal lease lifecycle nor are they stored in the
dhcpd.leases file. This is the traditional way to make sure a client
gets a specific address all the time in the ISC dhcp server, and you
must manually make sure any pool's range statements don't include the
fixed-addresses in the range.
This is exactly what I was wanting to do.
The discussion resulting from this question shows me that I need a good
reference manual so that I can learn the correct syntax.
Could you please give me an example what the statement would look like
and could you recommend some good reference material so I could learn
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