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Date:      Tue, 03 Dec 2013 16:04:34 +0100
From:      Maciej Milewski <milu@dat.pl>
To:        Frank Leonhardt <frank2@fjl.co.uk>,  "freebsd-questions@freebsd.org" <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   Re: dhcpd static binding problem
Message-ID:  <529DF302.5040200@dat.pl>
In-Reply-To: <529DEB6B.5000000@fjl.co.uk>
References:  <529DD95A.50103@fjl.co.uk> <529DE822.7060204@dat.pl> <529DEB6B.5000000@fjl.co.uk>

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On 03.12.2013 15:32, Frank Leonhardt wrote:
> I wasn't! It was a typo and it was cut/pasted so subsequent entries,
> so thanks for spotting it as it's been driving me crazy.
>
> Next questions (assuming it now works):
>
> How come WINDOWXP-PC did get the address 192.168.1.194? Very weird.
Maybe that's windows fallback address, if you had earlier range up to
199 and windows got 194? Maybe after reconfiguration dhcpd wasn't
restared? I have no more ideas.
>
> How come dhcpd didn't complain; even when I ran it with the -t option
> to check the config file, and the -d option to explain exactly what it
> was doing. Of course I didn't want to assign 192.16*9*.1.229, but I
> can't see why it didn't just do what I asked OR complain it was
> illegal? Just silently ignoring it wasn't very helpful.
>
> Regards, Frank.
I admit that's silence isn't helpful but have no idea if there is other
option. That's one of the services set-and-forget :)

-- 
Pozdrawiam,
Maciej Milewski




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