Sub-pool or pool hierarchy
prunkdump at gmail.com
Sat Oct 12 18:14:31 UTC 2013
I'm the network administrator of a French high-school and at this time I
use ip address reservation for all my stations. I would like to switch to
dynamic DHCP keeping my ip ranges organization. Here's what I want :
1) My network use two domain controllers PEDA and ORPEO that live in the
same subnet 172.16.0.0/16 :
-> The ip addresses of the stations managed by the PEDA domain controller
are in the range 172.16.0.2 to 172.16.0.254
-> The ip addresses of the stations managed by the ORPEO domain controller
are in the range 172.16.200.2 to 172.16.200.254
I would like to send the good settings to each domain (name server, domain
2) For each domain I have organized the station's ip address by classroom :
-> ex : the C301 classroom, managed by the PEDA domain controler, contain
stations in the range 172.16.0.100 to 172.16.0.150.
-> the C302 classroom is in the range 172.16.0.150 to 172.16.0.200
I use the hostname to identify the "isc dhcp class" of the clients. This is
because the stations in the C301 classroom are named C301-01, C301-02...
But how can I create the corresponding pools inside the PEDA and ORPEO
In general it is possible to make a hierarchy in the pools ? (with a
hierarchy in the parameters) I would avoid giving each time all the PEDA or
ORPEO parameters to each pool !
Thank you ! And excuse me for my English.
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