[Dnsmasq-discuss] Re: ISC leasefile removal
giallu at gmail.com
Fri Nov 24 17:08:06 GMT 2006
Simon Kelley <simon at ...> writes:
> Have you condidered using the dnsmasq built-in DHCP server instead of
> the ISC one? I took a look at your documentation, and the only thing I
> can see which would not work out of the box is enable/disable BOOTP.
> Dnsmasq will always honour BOOTP requests from hosts with
> fixed-addresses, it has to be enabled with a flag for dynamic address
> allocation. It would be trivial to add another flag to disable it
Since I am using the Fedora package for dnsmasq, where previously I used my self
build bianries, I had to make this switch.
I can witness the DHCP part is working quite well, but I am not able to resolve
names of clients acquiring an IP from the dhcp-range option.
It used to work flawlessly when leases was read from the ISC generated file.
For the record, I am using 2.33, with bost static and dynamic IPs served.
Thanks a lot in advance
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