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network config with two network cards as route to gateway

Derek Martin <invalid at> writes:

> ISC's dhcpd allows the administrator to assign static IPs based on MAC
> address.  Under such circumstances, if your dhcpd is assigning
> something other than the IP address you so specify, then either your
> configuration has some kind of problem, or something is very, very
> wrong.  I've used this for years and never had a problem with a
> mis-assigned IP address (except when an engineer swapped out a NIC and
> didn't tell anyone)...

In my configuration said engineer wouldn't get an IP Address at
all.. :) (I have DHCPD configured to ONLY give out pre-assigned IPs).
I consider this a feature.

       Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory
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