DHCP Giving Out IP For Wrong Subnet
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Mon Dec 16 17:12:15 UTC 2013
On Dec 16, 2013, at 7:20 AM, Asai <asai at globalchangemusic.org> wrote:
> We've been running into this problem where we have the DHCP server giving out a wrong IP address for a device which is running on a different subnet. These subnets are on VLANs. For example, below are configured two shared networks: The first, ADMIN-POOL, is on eth3. It is the physical interface. Below that is the shared network GENERAL, which is on eth3.50 and is a virtual interface on eth3.
There’s your problem. Don’t use interface aliases (multiple VLANs on one physical interface) with a DHCP server — it gets confused. The DHCP server somewhat bypasses the operating system IP stack for local clients.
Instead, you should connect all of these VLANs to a switch or router and then use a DHCP relay, per VLAN, to relay these requests to the single address of the DHCP server.
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