DHCP server on a different subnet
alex at alex.org.uk
Wed May 11 16:21:24 UTC 2011
--On 11 May 2011 23:04:27 +1000 Glenn Satchell <glenn.satchell at uniq.com.au>
> Sounds like it should work just fine. This is standard behaviour for
> remote subnets, for example. You can't always configure the dhcp server
> to have an interface on every subnet it serves.
Thanks. I am familiar with remote subnets but they tend to use a proxy.
I am not using a proxy but relying on having an interface on the same
broadcast domain but not the same subnet. I can't see how a reasonable
client could differentiate this from a proxy, but as we all know not
all clients do reasonable things!
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