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location Auckland, New Zealand
age 42
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Known in Taiwan as "The Tom".


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awarded  Caucus
Mar
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asked Is there a standard for multiple DHCP servers?
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awarded  Scholar
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30
accepted Is there an official way to detect an existing DHCP server?
Jul
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comment How to ignore a set of Mac addresses in dhcpd.conf?
I'm sure it's possible, but if you're trying to ignore based on MAC address then why specify a range? Is it necessary?
May
13
comment Is there an official way to detect an existing DHCP server?
Haven't had a chance to try dhcp_probe on our device yet.
May
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comment How to ignore a set of Mac addresses in dhcpd.conf?
Do you need the 'range' set in the pool? I would have thought this was irrelevant.
Apr
30
awarded  Student
Apr
29
comment How do I find if there is a rogue DHCP server on my Network?
You can still use DHCPloc.exe on Windows 7: 1. Download "Windows XP Service Pack 2 Support Tools" from [here][1]. 2. Right-click on the executable and select Properties->Compatibility then turn on Compatibility Mode and set it to "Windows XP (Service Pack 3)". 3. Install as normal. DHCPLoc.exe works fine on my Win7 x64 installation. [1]: microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=18546
Apr
29
comment Is there an official way to detect an existing DHCP server?
Understood. I just wanted to know if there was a "proper" way of doing it before implementing my own!
Apr
29
comment Is there any way to prevent DHCP server conflicts?
Unfortunately that link no longer works. I found this, but don't know if it's the same document: h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/…
Apr
29
asked Is there an official way to detect an existing DHCP server?
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29
awarded  Teacher
Apr
29
answered DHCPPloc.exe or equivalent for Windows 7?
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awarded  Editor
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Autobiographer