[CentOS] 2 DHCP server in one subnet
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Wed Nov 28 18:39:02 UTC 2007
On Nov 28, 2007 2:18 PM, Fajar Priyanto <fajarpri at cbn.net.id> wrote:
> Hello all,
> In the network there is already a W2K server serving as DHCP server for the
> network. Then we want to implement LTSP, so we need to setup another DHCP
> server, right?
You should be able to setup the W2K DHCP server.
You can define a reservation, add some host (harware mac) to it and
specify some custom parameter using named option or directly its number,
for 'next-server' and maybe 'filename' (I dont know to much LTSP)
OPS: Les sugest to avoid the separate reservation and put all new options in
your already existing reservation, why not !
> Due to unexpected reason (little by little migration of w98 clients to LTSP),
> we need to keep the W2K server running in that network. Can we then have 2
> DHCP server in the same subnet, only serving pre-determine clients using mac
> address? Any clue on how to setup the dhcpd.conf?
> Thank you very much.
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