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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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 ...
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Prefix Delegation and route creation

I'm using the ISC dhcp server version 4.1 for DHCPv6 prefix delegation on a network. When the server allocates a prefix to a client, the server does not create a route for that prefix to the client ...
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Computer gets IP from DHCP server but has no internet connection

I've installed an isc-dhcp-server on Ubuntu 12.10 and I'm trying to setup a DHCP server on a head node for six worker computers in the local network. The head node itself is a DHCP client receiving ...
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DHCP IPv6 and vendor-encapsulated-options

I was using this option on ipv4 to send some information to the host. On my host lease I have something like: supersede vendor-encapsulated-options = "MY INFORMATION"; On the DHCP client host I can ...
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Cannot assign IP address according to an option parameter

I have this DHCP conf file: authoritative; option domain-name "XXX.XXX.XX"; allow bootp; ddns-update-style ad-hoc; class "karpuz-kabugu" { match if (substring (option user-class, 0, 6) = ...
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DHCP scope for a user class option

In Linux how can I set a DHCP server configuration which will lease IP addresses from scopes which are defined according to user classes. For example the following configuration leases IP addresses ...
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ISC DHCP infinite lease time

How can i configure ISC DHCP server to infinite lease time for all clients? man dhcpd: Lease Lengths DHCP leases can be assigned almost any length from zero seconds to infinity. ...
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How to filter out/disable DHCP NAK responses?

We have some crappy situation where we don't have control over the existing DHCP server on the network and where we need to add another BOOTP/DHCP server with the authoritative directive. Our ...
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How does broadcasting work on a server with multiple IPs?

Say you have two dhcp servers, A and B. Server A has two IP addresses, 10.0.0.1 and 10.0.0.2. Server B has one IP address, 10.0.0.3. Server A has two instances of isc-dhcp running, one specifying a ...
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DHCPREQUEST and DHCPACK spam in logs

I've recently noticed that my android phone (droid dna, although the thunderbolt that I had before did the same exact thing) is rapidly requesting dhcp info my dhcp server (isc-dhcp-server on debian ...
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How to forward gateway requests for a subnet through another connection under Linux

I have a Debian machine acting as a DHCP server/NAT, connected via PPTP to another machine,connected to a subnet 10.0.0.0. How do I configure it so requests from clients on this machine for the ...
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Changing DHCPv6 server

I have a DHCPv6 daemon that is answering for requests of some machines and everything is working fine. So I decided to remove this DHCPv6 daemon e start another daemon on another server, but the ...
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DHCPDISCOVER/DHCPOFFER, but no DHCPACK

I have a remote client machine that is sending out DHCPDISCOVER's. The server is responding with a DHCPOFFER, but there is no DHCPACK. This repeats about every 30 seconds from the same host. Is ...
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How do I assign hosts to classes in ISC DHCPD?

Suppose I have a bunch of hosts set up like this: host host2 { hardware ethernet 10:bf:48:xx:xx:xx; fixed-address 192.168.1.2; } host host3 { hardware ethernet 10:bf:48:xx:xx:xx; fixed-address ...
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Can I run 2 dhcp servers when I use predefined host entries?

I have a very specific setup of servers which netboot off a san. All of them provide identical functionality. There are no other machines in this netblock. Each machine boots from an iscsi image ...
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PXE boot linux. PXE-E51: No DHCP or proxyDHCP offers were received

I am trying to have an ubuntu box (192.168.10.9) acting as a PXE server, but i have trouble getting DHCP to work. The PXE server is connected to a SOHO router (192.168.10.1) acting as a switch. I have ...
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When does ISC dhcpd expire leases

When exactly does ISC dhcpd forget a lease that is not explicitly freed by the client? Context: I am running an installation with many small pools (3 address) and it does not seem to cope well when ...
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isc-dhcpd static ip within range

I have a isc-dhcpd server with dhcp-range 10.0.0.10 - 10.0.0.20. There is also a device connected with static ip 10.0.0.10. What would happen when a client with dynamic ip connects to the network? ...
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How to make ISC dhcpd not log a specific hardware ethernet address (mac)

I have isc dhcpd v3 serving a local subnet. I have installed a rogue dhcp server detector (dhcp_probe) which constantly sends dhcp requests. These requests are logged by the legit dhcp server, filling ...
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Replies to request coming over a relay goes to relay's internal IP, not to original request's source IP

Dhcpd running on Linux gets a dhcp request over dhcrelay which is running on other remote machine. Oct 6 10:09:46 2012 dhcpd: DHCPDISCOVER from 00:1e:68:06:eb:37 (oguz-U300) via 172.16.17.81 ...
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Setting up ISC-DHCP server getting DHCPDISCOVER, DHCPOFFER constantly

Working on trying to setup a new server to run FOG on. I have setup the server to serve DHCP addresses only on eth1 and not eth0. I have installed isc-dhcp and bind9 on the server. I cannot get a ...
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Can ISC DHCPD operate as a Proxy DHCP server for PXE boot?

I have an existing LAN with a DHCP server already dishing out IP addresses. For various reasons I cannot replace that server so it will still need to dish out IP addresses. I've been experimenting ...
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Is there a match on incoming interface in DHCPd classes?

(Note, the title of the question Is there a way to classify DHCP requests based on the interface they're coming from? is what I want answered, but it doesn't actually ask that question for a ...
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isc-dhcp option82

I have a question about correct isc-dhcp configuration. I want to lease ip addresses to users based on switch port. For this I use DLink DES-3200 series switches. Everything works well, but recently ...
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DHCP: One NIC and multiple subnets

I'm setting up a Debian to work as a gateway for a small office network. I need to have three subnetworks for different areas within the company and I will define which PCs will get what IP based on ...
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Assigning DHCP subnets to users based on hardware

On our network, each user gets their own octet, eg Fred gets 10.2.105.0/24 and Barney gets 10.2.106.0/24. They get a laptop and a development server from IT with a known mac address. What I want to ...
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ISC-DHCPD failover, Modifying host definitions via OMAPI

Background: I'm working on replacing my single DHCP server with 2 in a failover configuration. When I do a DHCP request I see the lease is created in both dhcpd.leases files on each server. However, I ...
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dhcpd: varying vendor-class-identifier

I'm having trouble selectively sending parameters in response to a DHCP Inform packet using groups (or even without, just using host declarations) for bootp stuff. My configuration file right now ...
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Fixed and dynamic IPs in ISC DHPD lead to double lease

I would like to have a small dynamic adress part and the most clients are assigned a fixed IP adress. My dhcpd.conf looks like this: use-host-decl-names on; authoritative; allow client-updates; ...
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Web interface for managing an ISC DHCP server

I am looking for a web interface to administer an ISC DHCP server. I have the setup of one Debian Linux box running an ISC DHCP server and I would like to add a second DHCP server as failover. To ...
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Is it possible to run pre-Lion OS X in an IPv6-only environment without static configuration? [closed]

Is it possible to run pre-Lion OS X in an IPv6-only environment without static configuration? From what I've been able to figure out, OS X 10.6.x will acquire an address via SLAAC, but it doesn't ...
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ISC-DHCPD: why does it cease to work when the internet is down?

For as long as I've been using a DHCP server on Linux or even FreeBSD (all come from ISC if I recall correctly), it seems that it just doesn't know what to do with DHCP requests when the Internet goes ...
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ISC-DHCP-SERVER - Can different reservations get different options (router, DNS, etc)?

Suppose there's just one Ubuntu / ISC-DHCP (v3) server on the network. I've successfully been able to provide "DHCP reservations" meaning MAC foo gets ip 1.2.3.4, whereas everyone else just gets an ...
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isc dhcpd: how to insert option 61 (client id) into dhcpoffer

I have a quick question. Is it possible to make ISC dhcpd server insert the option 61 (client id) in DHCPOFFER, in case if it is present in DHCPDISCOVER? The ISC dhcpd version I'm using is dhcp-4.1.1 ...
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Force windows 7 to update dns through dhcp server?

I have setup a new BIND9 to allow dynamic updates from my DHCP3 server. I am securing it using a DNSSEC key. Everything appears to work except when my windows workstation grabs an IP address it tries ...
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Is it possible to make ISC dhcpd (IPv6) 4.2.2 unicast-only?

I ask because the server is handling DHCPv6 for two VLANs and I can see some requests both via DHCPv6-relay from our ProCurve switch and via the ff02::0:2 anycast address and responds to both ...
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DHCP configuration problem

EDIT: We have following setup: User comes to building, he gets address from range for unknown clients (192.168.100.0/25) and can only get to our web site. We call it anonymous range. Let's say our ...