I have a situation where I am able to launch CentOS 6.6 images on a subnet such that the VM instances get their IP addresses from the virtual gateway of the subnet. Now this gateway has gone wonky and I don't have the access to fix it, so I have set up my own DHCP server on this subnet.
So now there are 2 DHCP servers on this subnet and my VMs are getting random IP addresses, sometimes from one DHCP server and sometimes from the other. My question is that how I can configure the dhcp client on my VMs so that they make DHCP requests to only my DHCP server rather than the faulty one?
man dhcp.conf has not been very helpful.