I have two interfaces on my clusters, one in 192.168.150.x, other in =
192.168.150.1 is my interconnect interface on a private network.
89 interface is linked to the society lan.
How can I setup dhcp, cvip and interface to have my 89 interfaces work. =
won't start when I setup card manually or configure a subet in =
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From: Ivan Krstic <krstic@fa...> - 2005-03-18 17:39:35
BATARD olivier wrote:
> How can I setup dhcp, cvip and interface to have my 89 interfaces work. Dhcp
> won't start when I setup card manually or configure a subet in dhcp.proto.
Please provide more details. How do you need DHCP to work? Do you only
need it to run on your interconnect to hand IPs to cluster nodes, or are
you also providing IPs to clients on your public network?
One of my clusters is configured for the former, and one for the latter,
and both work with no problems. They are both running dhcpd3, but the
latter is told to listen on both physical interfaces. Dhcpd3 is smart
enough to figure out what interface it should be handing out what IPs
on, by looking at the network definitions in dhcpd.conf.