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Hi i have a problem that i want to assign two defferent ranges of IPs using DHCP server. I have a proxy server and i use a DHCP to assign ...
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    Hi
    i have a problem that i want to assign two defferent ranges of IPs using DHCP server.

    I have a proxy server and i use a DHCP to assign IPs for PCs.
    i have two network interfaces on the server one for internet and the other for Lan.
    i want let the DHCP to assign two ranges of IPs to the PCs.
    i give the network interface in the Lan side two IPs like 192.168.10.1/24 and 192.168.15.1/24.
    and i configure the /etc/dhcp.conf to assign a fixed-address for each MAC address, but it assings addresses to the range of the primary IP and did not assign any address to in the secondry address. how I can solve this problem.

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    hi

    also i use fedora core 1.

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