fixed-address within range
cra at WPI.EDU
Mon Jan 8 17:20:59 UTC 2018
The solution in ISC DHCP is to use Reserved Leases rather than Fixed Addresses.
On Mon, Jan 08, 2018 at 10:13:03AM -0700, Thomas R wrote:
> I have about 35 fixed IP addresses in a subnet. But I don't want to
> configure 35 different IP Ranges so that the fixed IP addresses are not in
> the range. Is there an easier way to prevent the fixed IP addresses from
> being assigned to other DHCP clients when they are not online?
> The hosts must keep their fixed IP addresses. The addresses are spread
> across the range.
> I have read various statements. Some say that if the host is assigned a
> fixed address, it will no longer be assigned by DHCP. The other statement is
> that fixed IP addresses must not be within the range.
> What's true?
> In total I have about 800 fixed IP addresses in different subnets. Building
> the right range for this is extremely complex.
> With a Windows DHCP server, a fixed IP address may be in the range. There
> must be a solution for the ISC DHCP server, right?
> best regards,
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