Re: Something is Fishy About My Network

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On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 9:27 AM, Matthew Flaschen
<[email protected]> wrote:
>
> Kevin J. Cummings wrote:
> > Suggestion #2 (if you are up to it):  Disable DHCP serving in your
> > router and setup a DHCP server on a Linux machine.  You can set up the
> > dchp.conf file to do everything your touter is doing.  If this machine
> > is also running DNS, there are some ways to get them to talk to each
> > other so that DNS knows the names of machines served by the DHCP server.
> > This is not trivial, and requires in depth knowledge of both protocols
> > to get to work right.  Possibly including depricated configuration options.
>
> I think you're overstating the complexity of this.  It shouldn't be that
> hard for him to get it working with dnsmasq.  Also, what aspect of the
> configuration do you think is deprecated?
>
> Matt Flaschen
>
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Thank you all for your feedback.  I'll try these things out and reply
with more details when I get home.

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