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Re: [K12OSN] is it possible to use Windows DHCP server with LTSP?



i guess i'd have to say yes..same subnet..as for gateway..if this is a 2
nic install..where outside interface is to the internet it would be the
gateway..if 1 nic install it should be the router
probably wrong..but i believe dhcpd.conf will freak if it tries to passes
address to something outsde subnet of the nic

 Hi Chuck et al.,
>
> I guess my question was should the ltsp server be on the same subnet as
> the
> thin clients. And should the gateway be the ltsp server or the router that
> serves the subnet.
>
> Thanks!
>
> John
>
> On 10/19/06, cliebow midmaine com <cliebow midmaine com> wrote:
>>
>>
>> > 1) Do I need option 12, the netvista option, if I am not using
>> netvistas?
>>
>> dont need it i think.as long as there is good ip to name resolution in
>> /etc/hosts....option 17 and 67 are the biggies
>> >
>> > 2) If windows pads the root path with 000 do I need a symlink on my
>> linux
>> > server from a directory called /opt/ltsp/i386000 > /opt/ltsp/i386
>>
>> ln -s /opt/ltsp/i386 /opt/ltsp/i386000
>>
>>
>> > 3) is the string for option 211 always tftp?
>>
>> dont need it at a;ll except in special circumstances
>>
>> <4} i am confused..
>>
>> chuck
>>
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