Where is host IP address stored in server and How to set expire option??

Edward DeLargy eddelargy at gmail.com
Wed May 2 16:23:49 UTC 2012

Sorry...my last reply was incomplete

*host ns2 {*
**                next-server ns2.your-domain.com;*
**                hardware ethernet 00:02:c3:d0:e5:83;*
**                fixed-address;*
**        }*Here is the exact text to add a static route to your dhcp.conf.
If you are using some type of GUI interface to make these changes you will
want to consult your documentation. However, all settings for dhcp are in
dhcp.conf. The lease given out to a specific machine will only contain what
you tell it to in the conf file on the server.

Hope this helped

On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 12:19 PM, Edward DeLargy <eddelargy at gmail.com> wrote:

> All of your options are in the dhcp.conf file. Look at the top of the file
> under 'option router' for default gateway router. For static routed dhcp
> you would add an option in the body of the file
> i.e.: #eds machine {
>                             option ethernet <your mac>
> On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 12:04 PM, Simon Hobson <dhcp1 at thehobsons.co.uk>wrote:
>> shweta jogi wrote:
>>> I know that static assignment is not stored in
>>> /var/db/dhcpd/dhcp.leases. So
>>> from where can I found record of fixed address?? It is not in reserved
>>> list.
>> The server doesn't keep any track of them at all. They are in the config
>> file and read at startup, beyond that they never exist outside of the
>> in-memory tables. Assignments created via OMAPI will be different - I
>> assume they will be in the leases file (but not as a regular lease).
>> The thing to remember is that a fixed-address assignment does not go
>> through the normal lease process. The server just hands it out whenever
>> that matching client asks for an address - it doesn't keep a record of
>> having done that.
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