Client got wrong gateway
maorui2k at 163.com
Fri Feb 24 08:49:38 UTC 2017
Thank you! It works as expected now.
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Subject: Re: Client got wrong gateway
Rui Mao <maorui2k at 163.com> wrote:
> I installed a Ubuntu 16.04 and configured isc-dhcp-server 4.3.3 as
DHCP/BOOTp server. But the iPXE didn't got correct gateway from it.
> The DHCP server is 10.210.0.11, and the client is in another VLAN which
gateway is 10.211.0.1.
> I captured Ethernet packages by tcpdump, and also used a Windows Server
2012 for comparison. It seems ISC-DHCP-Server sent a wrong gateway.
> Is this a configuration issue or a bug of ISC-DHCP-Server?
It's a configuration issue - and a known "gotcha" !
Move your class statements out of the subnet declarations - regardless of
where you define them, they are global in scope (ditto for host statements).
So a client can match a class even if you **think** you've defined it only
for a specific subnet. When this happens, the client gets options inherited
from the class in the other subnet - and a side effect is getting (in this
case) the router option from a different subnet.
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