Subnet assigment using subClass
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Mon Dec 1 19:26:04 UTC 2014
On Nov 26, 2014, at 3:27 AM, Glenn Satchell <glenn.satchell at uniq.com.au> wrote:
> As mentioned earlier, being defined in a host statement makes a client
> known. Being a member of a class does not make a client known.
> from dhcpd.conf man page:
> "An unknown client is simply a client that has no host declaration."
But that's not exactly true - the man page is not perfect. There is a way to create a known host using omshell. I don't have the exact details (it's done by my company's product), but it's important to know that while every client with a host declaration is "known", not every "known" client necessarily has a host declaration.
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