[Dnsmasq-discuss] Single interface, multiple subnets...
vivosomnio at comcast.net
Sat Sep 25 00:44:08 BST 2010
I'm completely new to dnsmasq (and the Unix world in general [this is
running on a FreeBSD box I've built]), and I'm looking to use dnsmasq to
serve dhcp from a single interface to multiple network segments. I have
not, however, been successful so far.
Now this is just a single block split into two 25 bit ranges, the DHCP
server is in the .128/25, and while it see's requests for both the .0/25 and
.128/25, it will only serve requests from the .128/25, and posts the
following for requests from the .0/25
"Sep 24 12:45:47 server1 dnsmasq: no address range available for DHCP
request via eth0"
I had initially tried one single large range spanning both subnets, which
didn't work. I have now changed it to the below, which also hasn't worked.
The interface eth0 is configured as such:
Any help would be.helpful. ;-)
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