ISC DHCP is open source software that implements the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocols for connection to a local network. It is a reference implementation of those protocols, but it is also production-grade software, suitable for use in high-volume and high-reliability applications. DHCP is ...

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How do i keep ISC-DHCPD from offering different IPs when there is two requests from the same MAC

I have a set of Nodes which get their addresses from ISC-DHCPD. Since they boot using PXE, there will be two rounds of DHCP (one from the PXE, one from the OS) and for some reason, ISC-DHCPD will ...
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Samba4 internal DNS and isc-dhcp zone update

Could anybody explain, how to solve this problem with internal samba4 DNS and dynamic zone updates from isc-dhcp? In the logs I have: dhcpd: Unable to add reverse map from ...
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Android dhcp assigning bogus dns server

I've been having problems with Android devices and DNS lookups on my WiFi network, so I've done some digging and found that android is assigning what appears to be a random link-local ipv6 address in ...
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How to configure DHCPv6 and DNSv6 configuration in Ubuntu 12.04?

I'm planning to configure DHCPv6 and DNS server in my network. I would like to understand whether both DHCPv4 and DHCPv6 can be configured using isc-dhcp-server service? When i tried nslookup ...
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Can ISC-DHCP bind to Option 82 rather than Mac Addresses?

We use option 82 information to limit leases presently in ISC-DHCP using a spawn with statement for our billing subclass. This keeps a single household/business from obtaining more leases than they ...
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ISC DHCP Server listening on virtual interface

I've got an ISC DHCP server 4.2.2 (Debian Wheezy) working. I need to add a second scope for unknown clients that gives them a bogus address (mostly for troubleshooting purposes). However, nothing I ...
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calculate reserved ip address based on mac address

Is it possible to calculate ip address based on mac address for isc-dhcp server? For example: 'aa:aa:aa:aa:aa:x' => '10.10.10.x' I have following in dhcpd.conf: subnet 10.10.10.0 netmask ...
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ISC DHCP server: how to use “reserved” statement

I've been looking online, cannot find a single example of how to use the "reserved" statement. Supposedly it goes into the dhcpd.leases file. Stop dhcpd, edit the file, and restart. But it doesn't ...
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dhcp relay with failover to local service

I'd like to set up a dhcp server which normally relays to a central site, but has a pool of addresses to hand out if the link to the central site goes down. I'm using isc dhcp server on Debian, but ...
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configure a dhcp server to serve two different scope on the same subnet with multiple interfaces

Ok, so here I am with a pretty complicated problem on a Debian Wheezy server I have three interfaces : eth0, eth1 and wlan0 on a single server, eth0 will act as a gateway for eth1 and wlan0, I have a ...
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proxy autoconfiguration: windows does not download wpad.pac file

I am trying to configure my dhcp server on Debian Wheezy to reply to DHCP INFORM and send a url where my Windows client may download the wpad.dat file. Here is the configuration file: option ...
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2 client classes sharing the same subnet range

basically I would like to achieve the followings: using only one subnet different types of user sharing this subnets creating 2 pools accordingly an user class called "l2vpn_user" if matched by MAC ...
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How to associate a DHCP pool or subnet with declarations for a class

I have the following working configuration for ISC DHCP server 4.1.1, which hands out fixed addresses to registered clients. Some of those clients are configured for PXE booting (for FAI and SCCM). ...
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Forcing clients to get new IP Address from DHCP Server

I am running a DHCP server on Debian Wheezy, with isc-dhcp-server. Because people were connecting unauthorized machines, my DHCP leases were running thin, and eventually, authorized machines could not ...
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Disable to receive address from dhcpd for one host/mac [duplicate]

I have a client in my network, who ask me to prevent him from getting ip address via dhcp. He has a strange software, and can't switch off dhcp-client, but this dhcp client do something bad after it ...
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DHCPD does not allow filename option with a colon in it

For some reason, tftpboot does not work with a colon in filename parameter: group { filename "node7:linux/pxelinux.0"; host machine_7a { hardware ethernet 02:01:02:02:01:11; ...
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How to force the network machines to get the ip from a DHCP server? [closed]

How can I force all the network machines to get the IP from the DHCP server and prevent them from manually editing the network configuration. There are both Linux and Windows machines. The DHCP server ...
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Debian DHCP for voip option 66 using tftp

I have configured my tftp and I am able to send configurations from the windows server when it runs dhcp option 66 tftp to my server but when I try to do it from the debian isc-dhcp-server I get ip ...
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Blacklisting MAC addresses, but they still take a DHCP lease

At my workplace, we have a Public Wifi network, as well as our Private Wifi network. The Private side has access to see other computers, the printers, servers, and access to the Internet. On the ...
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ISC DHCPD MAC address matching classes confusion

I'm having trouble successfully matching a mix of different mac address classes to their appropriate subnet declarations. These classes are meant to differentiate IP phones, kvm guests and desktops ...
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isc-dhcp leases file never cleaned

When running isc-dhcp the leases file seems to grow indefinitely (several hundred MB). If I restart the isc-dhcp service, the file shrinks to 1.5MB. How can I have isc-dhcp flush expired records ...
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Linux router share internet between eth2 to eth3 [closed]

I am not a networking guy, so apologies in advance. I have a small Linux (Ubuntu) box with 2 ethernet ports. eth2 is connected to a cable modem that gives it a 192.168.1.x address + internet ...
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“ifup eth0” causes dhclient to bring up more than one interface

Can someone tell me why dhclient is not respecting to only handle the one interface it has been passed? I've seen this multiple times over the years; never figured it out - it's not related to ...
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Binding ISC DHCPD to a virtual (heartbeat) interface

I had a DHCP server that acted as a relay endpoint and worked fine. let's say this is a solo machine with eth0 with an ip of 192.168.0.10 I needed to bring this server down and join it to a cluster, ...
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Advanced DHCP configuration (isc-dhcp-server)

We are managing our network by using DHCP and we sometimes add new subnets (IP Pools) to network through different VLANs. What we want to do is to manage all those IP pools from same DHCP server but ...
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Ubuntu server dhcp reservation not working

I need some suggestion, if possible, about a dhcp server and ip address reservation. The system is a Ubuntu server 12.04 LTS. The DHCP is ISC DHCPd version 4.1. This is the /etc/dhcp/dhcpd.conf ...
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DHCPD assigning wrong DNS server

I just installed two Ubuntu 14.04LTS servers. The first one I installed bind9 and isc-dhcp-server on. The second one was left as installed to use DHCP. I created a new private network using VMware ...
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DHCP offer is unicast but DHCPACK is broadcast

My DHCP server broadcast DHCPACK 0xffffffff . it is not working on layer 3 dhcp relay agent . as it can not forward this broadcast message to my client. can any one help me from exactly the broadcast ...
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Multi-homed forward zone DDNS updates always sent out the same network interface

I have a multi-homed server 'dhcp1' with network interfaces '192.168.10.151' (eth0) and '192.168.0.151' (eth1). The machine is attempting to use DDNS with a name server 'ns1' having network interfaces ...
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Fixed dhcp host to automatically expire any lease

I have the following situation: Multiple offices with multiple firewall/dhcp servers. Every time the IT team of some office plugs a new network printer i need to create a fixed-address entry, and ...
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ISC DHCP server not dynamically updating DNS

I have an Ubuntu 14.04 server, running an isc_dhcp_server and the bind9 DNS server. Bind acts as a cache, and it maintains the .m domain (and zone) on my local network. The server's address is ...
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ISC DHCP Server scope error

Why am I getting the following error after modifying my dhcpd server config? option space definitions may not be scoped
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ISC DHCP - different subnet for specific mac addresses

I'm attempting to create a different subnet for a few specific mac addresses, and have my DHCP config set up as follows: authoritative; shared-network local { subnet 192.168.2.0 netmask ...
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DHCPv6: passing delegated prefix to local RA

I currently have an Airport Extreme as my home office firewall. In addition to handling IPv4 NAT, my ISP (Comcast) delegates an IPv6 prefix to the Airport, which in turn assigns the delegated prefix ...
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How can I configure dhcpd to only update the reverse zone in bind?

I've got dhcpd pushing updates to bind, and it seems to be working fine: named[24161]: client 192.168.10.1#59141: signer "dhcp_updater" approved named[24161]: client 192.168.10.1#59141: updating zone ...
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Using isc-dhcp-server to allocate addresses from subnet different from server subnet

I'm trying to break my network into different subnets. Server is located into 192.168.15.0/24 subnet. I have the following declaration in my dhcp.conf: subnet 192.168.15.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 ...
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DHCP fault tolerant servers: Split pool or failover?

I need to replace an aging DHCP server by a fault tolerant solution. I consider using the ISC dhcp server solution which can be setup either as split servers serving non-overlapping ip ranges or as a ...
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SLES DHCP Dynamic DNS: Unable to add forward map…: not found

I have a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11.3 install running on Amazon EC2 based off the official AMI. With DHCP and BIND configured (via yast) I'm having issues with Dynamic DNS. When a client ...
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Is it possible to send different-per-subnet DNSes from the single ISC DHCP server?

The case I want to cover is to send different DNS server for one, isolated VLAN, which purpose is to give internet-only access - for our guests. It has no access to our internal network, so it ...
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Enterprise DHCP server solution? [closed]

I have a network of about 1000 assorted devices, all of witch are running by static IP addressing. Given the size of the network and the lapse of technical advice, the addressing scheme is in chaos ...
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ddns correct setting for dhcpd.conf and ifcfg file with regards to hostname

I have recently set up dynamic dns with ISC dhcpd 4 and bind 9. Everything is working as it should except for a handful of hosts on the network which don't resolve. Upon investigating I found they had ...
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How do I stop a Linux computer from sending a DHCP hostname?

I need to set up a Linux computer so that it uses DHCP but doesn't send any hostname at all. I'm using isc-dhclient-4.2.4 /etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf contains the line send host-name = gethostname(); ...
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dhcpd not pushing ddns updates to bind

BIND and DHCPD are configured but as far as I can tell DHCPD makes no attempt to even send Dynamic DNS update to BIND. I can manually add records using nsupdate with the same key I have configured ...
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Multiple subnets on isc-dhcp-server using ddns with bind9

On my network I have two subnets: 10.100.1.0/24 -> Wired/wireless 10.100.7.0/24 -> VPN Both subnets are served by isc-dhcp-server running on a Debian VM. This same VM runs bind9 for my DNS. ...
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DHCP server with ability to update mac address dynamically

Is there a better way to maintain MAC to IP specification in dhcp with out restarting dhcp service each time when there is an update. is it possible to use DHCP with database in Linux to save all ...
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Aliased network interfaces and isc dhcp server

I have been banging my head on this for a long time now. There are many discussions on the net about this and similar problems, but none of the solutions seems to work for me. I have a Debian server ...
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Assign two static IP addresses to one mac address

Can Isc-dhcp-server give two static ip addresses to one mac address? I have several Genexis terminals in my network. Each terminal have two interfaces, one for public traffic and one for a management ...
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ISC DHCPD IPv6 for multiple interfaces

I want to assign multiple IPv6 to a server with multiple NIC. As IPv6 RFC defines, each server has a unique DUID that can have one of the 3 formats (LL, LLT or enterprise). And each NIC has an IAID. ...
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How to send several instances of the vendor-specific options to a DHCP server using dhclient?

I need to send vendor-options to DHCP server using dhclient (ISC). I've added following lines in the dhclient.conf: option dhcp6.vendor-class code 16 = {integer 32, integer 16, string}; send ...
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DHCP failover with isc-dhcp-server using two secondary servers

I'm rearranging our network and putting some DHCP failover since we have a lot of machines, and even servers, getting IP addresses with DHCP. Today we have a nice DNS topology with one master server ...