Hi Andi, On Mo 07 Mär 2011 09:57:43 CET "Andreas B. Mundt" wrote:
Hi all, while working on the DHCP-setup I accidentally met the isc-dhcp-relay package which can be used to relay DHCP requests. For example, we could use it instead of running dhcp-servers on the terminal-servers. Is there a reason we don't use the relay method but stand-alone dhcp-servers? (Tjener needs to be accessible in both cases, because the configuration is fetched from tjener's ldap anyway). An advantage of the relay method: You don't need to start several dhcp-servers after modifications to the configuration. In a quick test it looks like isc-dhcp-relay works fine. Any opinions/experiences about that?
It sounds like a seemingly good idea to me, but I do not know about consequences and caveats...
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