gerard.bigot at gmail.com
Thu Nov 30 06:22:23 UTC 2006
I have no idea about PXE, but I know DHCP, using it professionally since a
least 10 years.
Let me be simple in my answer : You CAN'T use two DHCP servers in a single
network, because of the way the lease request is done. It's a broadcast to
the subnet. Look at the RFC for DHCP.
But, it is possible to affect in the DHCP server an IP for each mac
addresses. I think it's the way to go.
On 11/29/06, Bjørn Ingmar Berg <bjorn.ingmar.berg at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everybody
> I want to use an existing Ubuntu server to boot machines via PXE. I
> want the PCs that boot this way to behave _exactly_ as if they'd
> booted from the 6.10 install/live CD locally. The only difference
> being that the users will have to get the machine to PXE boot.
> (Knoppix 5.x actually does this very neatly.)
> The DHCP server is a WindowsServer 2003 thingy. Everything else will
> be run on and controlled by the Ubuntu server. The DHCP range is
> x.x.x.101 - x.x.x.200 and no adresses above 200 are in use. Can I let
> the Ubuntu server act as DHCP server for example x.x.x.201 - x.x.x.240
> or will this be wrong?
> I have googled for answers as well as searched on
> https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ There are several howtos that
> almost cover my needs but none that seem to do what I want to even so.
> Judging from what I read in both the LTSP and ThinCLient howtos they
> seem to give the clients something different than what I'm after.
> There is also a howto describing how to PCE boot the machines in order
> to install everything off the internet, but that's not what I want
> Any useful help, tips or links?
> Thanks in advance!
> Bjørn Ingmar Berg
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