rudy at grumpydevil.homelinux.org
Mon Sep 28 22:30:51 UTC 2009
It will work as long as the assigned address in the fixed-address
statement is not included in the range statement.
fixed needs to be outside the range, as the range defines the space
managed by the dhcp server for allocation.
Op maandag 28-09-2009 om 18:24 uur [tijdzone -0400], schreef
dhottinger at harrisonburg.k12.va.us:
> I assign fixed Ip addresses through dhcp. Here is an example from
> one of my subnet config files:
> host some-printer
> hardware ethernet xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx;
> fixed-address xx.xx.x.x;
> option log-servers xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx;
> We do this for our printers and any other device I want to get the
> same ip over and over again. Will this not work?
> Quoting Niall O'Reilly <Niall.oReilly at ucd.ie>:
> > João Kuchnier wrote:
> >> Doug,
> >> There is now other way to fix this issue?
> > No.
> > When you configure a range, you specify that every address
> > in the range is available for dynamic allocation. That's
> > what "range" means, in the configuration language.
> >> João K.
> >> 2009/9/28 Doug Armstrong <doug at ovationdata.com>:
> >>> João Kuchnier wrote:
> >>>> Hi everyone!
> >>>> I'm having some problems with my DHCP Server configuration.
> >>>> I trying to change all my LAN computers to DHCP, however, plenty of
> >>>> them needs static IP.
> > You have to design your addressing plan so that fixed addresses
> > are in one part of the space, and dynamic ranges in another.
> > There nothing to stop you having lots of little ranges,
> > separated by a fixed address here and there, as in Doug's
> > example, if that's what you need for the situation you've
> > inherited.
> > Wishing for some "other way to fix this issue" rather than
> > the way the configuration language provides is likely to be
> > as fruitful as wishing Portuguese or Italian were the same as
> > Spanish.
> > Best regards,
> > Niall O'Reilly
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> Dwayne Hottinger
> Network Administrator
> Harrisonburg City Public Schools
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