dhcp1 at thehobsons.co.uk
Thu Mar 18 13:34:41 UTC 2010
kalyan Alle wrote:
>I was investigating a bug in dhcp 4.1.0 on my setup where the DHCP
>client on the windows machine does not receive the DHCPNAK from the
>I have set some start and end range of ipaddresses for the dhcp
>client to get the ip address. After the client got the ipaddress
>successfully i have changed the start and end range of ipaddresses
>to some thing new. I did not receive any DHCPNAK after half of the
>lease time is over since these pool or range of ip's are different
>to the previous pool the ISC DHCP server should send DHCPNAK to the
It's not a bug, it's documented (I think) operation.
Just because you've taken that address out of a range does not make
the IP address itself invalid for the subnet - therefore the server
will simply ignore the client and will NOT send a DHCP NAK. As long
as the client asks to renew an IP address the server cannot hand out,
the server will ignore it. There may well be another server handing
out those addresses - which is valid.
The server will however send a DHCP NAK if the IP address is not
valid for the network.
If you want the server to explicitly DHCP-NAK an address then you
need to tell it to do so :
range a.b.c.d a.b.c.e ;
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