Talkback for article: 150, May2000

Building DHCP automatically

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From: Sam <krempp(at)crans.ens-cachan.fr> [ date: 2000-05-07 ]
Saying open DHCP allows intruders is not very clever, even with static DHCP somebody could plug in the network, guess the net parmaeters from sniffed packets, and then use any IP he wants..
static ARP tables would make it harder..
From: Sam Harrison <sharrison(at)stratos.net> [ date: 2000-10-19 ]
How do you configure multiple IP subnets in a LINUX dhcp config file?
We have multiple subnets (3) and our LINUX DHCP Server only assigns
IP addresses from the first subnet. What should the dhcp config file
look like?
From: Prasetyo Maulana <Bobtio2001(at)Yahoo.com> [ date: 2001-06-21 ]
I'm learn the linux for Network, but i don't know how to conected many computers on my network, so give me tutorial, how to conected the netwowk.
my be my network use the tcp/ip system, and if that failure, maybe i get the dhcp system

Thanks'

From: chitta <chitta(at)cse.iitkgp.ernet.in> [ date: 2001-12-10 ]
Is there a way to indicate via dhcp that
automounter is to be used, and also specify
the necessary parameters to run automounter
properly?

Thanks,
Chitta

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