[CentOS] DHCP static hosts and subnet configuration

John jses27 at gmail.com
Sun Oct 19 18:24:05 UTC 2008


JohnStanley Writes:
>From the dhcp.conf.5 manual. This seems like it would skin the cat for your
needs Specify this in each Scope and you should be set. It will allow you to
have the two different addresses from two different SNs. That is as Per the
the Man Pages (lots o digging). Has to also be in a host declaration

The fixed-address declaration

	 fixed-address address [, address ... ];

	 The fixed-address declaration is used to assign one or more fixed
IP
	 addresses  to a client.  It should only appear in a host
declaration.
	 If more than one address is supplied, then when the client boots,
it
	 will be assigned the address that corresponds to the network on
which
	 it is booting.  If none of the addresses in the fixed-address
state-
	 ment are valid for the network to which the client is connected,
that
	 client will not match the host  declaration  containing  that
fixed-
	 address  declaration.	 Each address in the fixed-address
declaration
	 should be either an IP address or a domain name that resolves to
one
	 or more IP addresses.



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