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Using dhcpd hosting web site fedora?

how do we host a web site for small group located across country on dhcpd ipaddress, we have fedora install server with httpd config on right now we can use that web site only on same network. If we ...
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Multiple DHCP Server on same subnet and range assignement

Is it possible to have two DHCP Server on the same subnet for address two range of IP? Is it possible to configure one of this DHCP server to serve only a certain range of mac address ? for example ...
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Windows 7 Failing Ping on IPv6 in DHCP Setup

I have set up a test ISC DHCP server that is not connected to an internet with DHCP and DHCPv6. I also have a Cisco 3750G with IPv6 enabled. I have firewalls off on both machines. My Windows 7 ...
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Linux: disallowing access to a network when the user has a static-defined IP address

In my network I run dhcpd3 set up to assign IP addresses only to specific MAC addresses. It works wonderfully, I even integrated it with bind9 to automatically create direct and reverse DNS hostnames ...
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How to run multiple instances of dhcpd or add/remote listen interfaces at runtime?

The same network interfaces interfaces in my laptop (eth1, wifi0, br0) are often connected to different networks (home/work/university network, virtual network with Virtualbox, ad-hoc network with my ...
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dhcpd: How to tell how many leases are available?

I'm a little bit new to dhcpd. I'm trying to figure out how many leases we have available on our network. The /var/lib/dhcpd/dhcpd.leases file appears to show almost a history of leases and some of ...
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FreeBSD DHCP server on multiple interfaces

I have FreeBSD server (7.2) which has a lot of interfaces (vlans, count near 100). I want to configure DHCP server with separate pools for each interface. What program should I use? Thanks for any ...