classes being global and all...
glenn.satchell at uniq.com.au
Thu Oct 25 04:47:24 UTC 2012
On Thu, October 25, 2012 8:34 am, Bruce Hudson wrote:
>> Would something like the example below work? Does a DHCP request fall
>> into a matching subnet first and then get an IP from a pool where it's
>> allowed? Or does being a member of class "WimaxCPE" mean I might get an
>> IP from either subnet?
> The server will only give out an address on what-ever "shared-network"
> matches where the request came from. The class membership then determines
> whether it can use the specified pool or if it will get "no free leases".
> You may want "range" statements in your pools. I confess I've never
> set up a pool without a range so I don't know what it will default to.
You definitely need a range. As it is the pool has no IP addresses to
assign to incoming requests so it will return "no free leases".
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