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Re: DHCP & IPTables on 7.1



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cgalpin lighthouse-software com wrote:

>On Wed, 5 Dec 2001, David Talkington wrote:
>
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>> Mike Burger wrote:
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>> >I couldn't find the proper option to add to dhcpd.conf to tell it to only
>> >use the internal interface.
>> >
>> >I can guarantee that it was trying to service both interfaces...but I
>> >couldn't locate the appropriate info.
>>
>> Just pass it the names of the interfaces you want it to listen to,
>> which overrides the default of "all":
>>
>> # dhcpd eth0
>>
>> I added this to /etc/init.d/dhcpd in my case.
>>
>> Cheers -d
>
>Yeah, so do I. The down side is every time you upgrade it gets
>overwritten. Maybe Red Hat will make this one of those nifty files
>containing network parameters int he future so we don't have this problem
>in the future?

Grr.  Don't get me started on that.  My preferred solution is to give 
_my_ startup script a different name, and disable theirs.  samba, 
mysql, apache all likewise ...

- -d


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David Talkington
http://www.spotnet.org

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