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Configuring DHCP Relay on Linux

By kiran.m ·
I have installed dhcpd on my linux box which is also acting as a router for another segment. Now I want to cofigure the linux box to act as relay agent so that it can relay the ip address to the segment where dhcp server is not there.
Please let meknow how to configure linux box as DHCP relay.

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Configuring DHCP Relay on Linux

by quintar51 In reply to Configuring DHCP Relay on ...

you will need to install a dhcp relay agent on a seperate machine than your dhcp server. Then place the relay agent on every subnet that is without a dhcp server. The dhcp server would relay the address to the relay agent, which would pass it on to the client.

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Configuring DHCP Relay on Linux

by kiran.m In reply to Configuring DHCP Relay on ...

Thank you for answering my Question.
We are already having a dhcp server running on NT box. I wanted the linux box to act as DHCP Relay. I could find the answer in 1 day. I found that it was veruy easy to configure DHCP Relay on linux box Just I have to give the command "dhcrelay ipaddress of the dhcp server.

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by kiran.m In reply to Configuring DHCP Relay on ...

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