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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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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dhcpd won't let go of old leases

We have DHCP setup to hand out leases in the following range: 192.168.10.190 - 192.168.10.254 (roughly 65 leases) Our small business network only has about 30 computers that use DHCP. We noticed ...
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Audit reserved IPs for UNIX/Linux ISC-DHCP

Are there any good FOSS tools to do an audit of reserved IPs used in a Linux/UNIX ISC DHCPd environment? I'm trying to ensure that we do not have stale IP addresses reserved when old MAC addresses ...
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Windows 2003 DNS updates from ISC DHCP server

We have a very mixed network, with most clients being Debian Lenny, the rest Windows XP/Vista/7. The network itself is split into two segments (for technical reasons) called "corporate" and ...
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Accessing DHCP Client's vendor-encapsulated-options

In the dhcpd.conf file for isc-dhcpd-V3.1.1, I have set up a vendor options space and defined several different options. I am able to use those definitions to send options from the server to the ...
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Automatic subdomain wildcard for DHCP-DDNS additions?

I'm running dhcp-4.0.2 server and bind-9.6.1-P3. When a new Mac OSX DHCP client with the name "harry" connects to the network, the DHCP server gives it a lease, and adds appropriate A & PTR ...
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Where is dhcpd's syslog message formats documented?

I am looking at bunch of syslog messages written by dhcpd. I want to write a quick parser that can deconstruct the message into its component parts, but I don't know what the various parts mean. I ...
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How to ignore a set of Mac addresses in dhcpd.conf?

Is it possible in dhcpd.conf to ignore requests from a set of MAC addresses? Something like this: host vminstances { hardware ethernet d0:0d:*; ignore booting; }
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DHCP on-the-fly block assignment

We have a large number of clients who connect to our DHCP machine. We want to assign some of them to a different IP block, which is routed with lower priority. Every DHCP lease renewal, we'd like to ...
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A Linux DHCP server that will listen on an non-broadcast (tap) interface?

Are there any Linux DHCP servers that will listen to what Cisco calls an "unnumbered" interface, or what others might call a "NBMA" (non-broadcast) interface. I have a Linux system that connects to a ...
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Assign DHCP IPs for specific MAC prefixes

I'm running a ISC DHCPd server for my network serving a number of subnets. One of the things I would like to do is assign a specific range of IPs to hosts with a common MAC prefix (ex. 00:01:02). ...
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DHCP: Logging host declarations in log file

I am currently running ISC-DHCP server v3 on Ubuntu 8.04. What I am trying to do is log Who got what IP address when. Currently in the DHCP log file you can see the following: DHCPDISCOVER from ...
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Option 82 and dhcpd. “No free leases” for second computer

There is DHCP server in network (isc-dhcpd-server-3.0 on FreeBSD 7.2) than gives one IP per switch port to every user via Option 82 The problem appears when user disconnects one of his computers and ...