UPDATED: Serving addresses to multiple subnets
dhcp1 at thehobsons.co.uk
Thu Oct 8 17:57:34 UTC 2009
John Tabasz (jtabasz) wrote:
>I'm sorry I neglected to include many important
>points in my query. More details here:
>The DHCP server is ISC 2.0.3 running on Solaris
>2.8 on a Sun V120. The DHCP server has a single
>live interface on the subnet 10.1.100.0/24.
>The router interface to which this subnet is
>connected is part of a 8 port switch module
>installed in a Cisco 3725 and has a secondary
>subnet defined as such:
> ip address 10.1.200.2 255.255.252.0 secondary
> ip address 10.1.100.2 255.255.252.0
> ip helper-address 10.1.100.23 ß------ This is
>the ip address of the dhcp server.
> standby ip 10.1.100.1
> standby ip 10.1.200.1 secondary
> standby priority 240
> standby preempt
> standby track FastEthernet0/0
As Paine, Thomas Asa wrote yesterday, this is a
shared network and you simply declare it as such
and it will work automagically.
However, version 2 is ancient - really ancient
and has been unsupported for many years. From my
very vague memory of it, it doesn't support
shared networks. You really should consider an
"... Release 3.0, which had its alpha release in
March 1999 and its final release in January 2003."
Even 3.0 went end of life over a year ago.
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