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Is there a way to disable DHCP in the network and assign my Stacki frontend a static IP address alone? Is there anything I've overlooked that I need to setup? Why don't you give a static IP for Stacki and reserve that IP address for it on your DHCP server? Will it solve the issue?


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You can do everything you want with one instance. This is an example based on a configuration I have used. # DHPC ranges set tag dhcp-range=set:able,192.168.20.10,192.168.20.100,255.255.255.0,48h dhcp-range=set:baker,192.168.30.10,192.168.30.100,255.255.255.0,192h # Tag dependent options dhcp-option=able,3,192.168.20.1 # Router dhcp-option=...


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Assigning the DHCP role to the PXE server is never a good approach. It is better to rely on the already in place (real or virtual) DHCP infrastructure and set the DHCP component of the PXE server in proxyDHCP mode Do you really need a whole 1.2 GB $100/node "Stacki" distribution for provisioning Linux OSs??


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You could try following the link in this thread to see if that will help with your phone. As for when you use the dongle, you can try logging into the gateway set by the dongle and see if you can get any access to be able to forward the ports through it. If not, then you might consider buying a router that can connect to the internet using a cellular ...


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Have a look at the resolv_conf_local_only option in resolvconf.conf. It says: If a local name server is configured then the default is just to specify that and ignore all other entries as they will be configured for the local name server. Set this to NO to also list non-local nameservers. This will give you working DNS even if the local nameserver ...


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I would like to add one correction to answer from Adam Davis. The DHCP renewal will happen not after the lease expiry, but with in the lease active time. There are two timers, T1 and T2. T1 being smaller time than T2. T1 is the time at which client can start RENEW process. ie, client can send RENEW at that time and extend the lease. if the client is not ...


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Well, this one will do https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dnsmasq Or you can use ISC Bind + ISC DHCPd I haven't used any WebUIs for the though... Maybe this: http://phpdhcpadmin.sourceforge.net/ There is also Webmin but it's ugly too. Maybe one of these: http://alternativeto.net/software/webmin/?license=opensource Or maybe even just install OpenWRT x86 on ...


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The relevant line in dhcpdump was: CHADDR: 00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00 It appeared that the motherboard was faulty, which resulted in the lack of MAC address during PXE boot. In turn, this meant that all the DHCPDISCOVER requests from the client machine were sent without a valid CHADDR, and so never reached the DHCP server, for the ...


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Would comment p.campbell, but I have only 1 reputation and therefore cannot, first I review installed interfaces: ip addr release IP from selected interface (e.g. eth0, eth1, enp1s0, sit0, wlan0,...): sudo dhclient -r *interface* request new IP from DHCP server (alert on error): sudo dhclient -1 *interface* check IP: ip addr Ubuntu 16.04 LTS ...


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As a workaround I've added custom devd job to run dhclient without checks: # cat /usr/local/etc/devd/dhclient.conf notify 1 { match "system" "IFNET"; match "type" "LINK_UP"; media-type "ethernet"; match "subsystem" "em0"; action "dhclient $subsystem"; }; and set ifconfig_em0="down" in the rc.conf


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Please check this answer, this will provide a method to add your host to any DNS server. However, I must point out that usually DHCP server register the assigned clients automatically, unless (a) your hostname is incorrect or missing or (b) your DHCP server is not instructed to do so. Your scope on the DHCP server must have updates enabled.


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Seems that you're trying to operate 2 IP networks over the same physical links without any logical separation between then (VLANs). If your router doesn't support VLAN tagging, the only way to make this work is to physically isolate the two networks, for example plugging all the hosts/interfaces from network 10.1.19.0/24 into a switch (NOT the router) and ...


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Yes. From https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=24659: Log parser is a powerful, versatile tool that provides universal query access to text-based data such as log files, XML files and CSV files, as well as key data sources on the Windows® operating system such as the Event Log, the Registry, the file system, and Active ...


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Cisco RV082 doesn't support DHCP snooping, Thinking of adding a firewall like PFsense to isolate the other network or authorized DHCP in Active Directory.


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So apparently there were also DNS servers set on certain scopes at the scope level which is more specific than the server level. Those took precedence and my server level DNS server list was ignored. We removed the scope-level DNS lists and the server-level list started applying properly. Pretty simple, just didn't see it.


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You may be out of DHCP address space and some of the clients will be unable to be assigned an address. How many terminals/PCs do you have and what class of IP addresses (example: 192.168.1.0) ? Also, make sure you set a proper lease value, so IPs unused for a long time are un-allocated.


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The router is commonly used as the local DNS server which then sends the requests to the DNS servers it gets assigned through its connection (possibly with DHCP too). Different systems can deal with the list of servers in different fashions in case a lookup fails. You are right that a single DNS server is often sufficient, especially when that DNS server is ...


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I stuck with this problem as I wanted to add some URLs in DNS box but it was not letting me do anything and the whole block was greyed out. Also, did not get any further help from Googling. Ultimately tried some combination of guesses and fortunately one of them worked for me and it made the DNS block editable. Here are the steps: Open Registry Editor by ...



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