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Dear all, How can I manage to configure a dhcp server in order to provide ip addresses out of the network the listening interface is attached to? For instance, if ...
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    dhcpd.conf for external networks


    Dear all,

    How can I manage to configure a dhcp server in order to provide ip addresses out of the network the listening interface is attached to?

    For instance, if eth0 is listening at 192.168.1.1, how can I offer addresses in the 10.251.120.x network? Is it possible?


    Thanks a lot,
    FH

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    Every DHCP server implementation i know requires an interface with an IP address within the network you're serving DHCP to.

    It is possible to assign two or more IP addresses to same interface though.

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    Hugo, thx a lot for your response

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