Hi Eddy,

 

You should check out /etc/dhcpd.conf

 

Think it contains examples something like

 

Host mycomputer [

Hardware Ethernet 00:0D:71:05:CE:46;

Fixed-address 192.168.2.10;

}

 

Kind regards

Jacob

 

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Skickat: den 25 juli 2008 10:43
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Ämne: [Devil-Linux-discuss] Fixed IP to one internal network pc

 

Hi again,

 

While migrating from FloppyFW to Devil-Linux, following question comes to mind:

Is it possible to configure static IP mapping for the DHCP server ?

DHCP range is 192.168.2.30 – 192.168.2.50

I would like one PC to have 192.168.2.10

(I would like to send syslogging to this PC, but when it gets a different IP…)

 

On FloppyFW this was done with a file called ethers, looking like this:

00:0D:71:05:CE:46 192.168.2.10

 

Many thanks,

Eddy