DHCP server on a different subnet

Simon Hobson dhcp1 at thehobsons.co.uk
Thu May 12 07:12:27 UTC 2011

Glenn Satchell wrote:

>You are right, the server can't. This is a "shared-network" and the dhcp
>server will allocate an address from one of the pools in the shared
>network. But without some way of distinguishing the requests, eg some sort
>of class membership or fixed-address in the server configuration it will
>pseudo-randomly assign from one of the pools.

Had it been stated whether these are multiple networks, each with a 
/29, or one big shared network ?

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