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By evelint ·
I have a dhcp server, to which I have to add 3 static adresses that belong to 3 linux servers, please help.

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by mustang064 In reply to dhcp problem

Use DHCP Manager to exclude those three static IP addresses from your DHCP scope. Hopefully, the three static IP addresses will be together so that you can simply enter one exclusion range.

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by evelint In reply to dhcp problem

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by RogueD,MCSE In reply to dhcp problem

OK, first off, you shouldn't statically map IP address to each linux server. You should be running either WINS or DNS along with you DHCP server. You need to open DHCP Manager utility and create an exclusion range which would include the three IP addresses of your Linux Servers. Next you would create the static mappings in your WINS via WINS manager, or DNS via DNS manager.
Hope that helps and good luck,

-Doug Taylor, MCSE, MCP+I, CCNA

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by RogueD,MCSE In reply to dhcp problem

I meant to say that you shouldn't statically map IP addresses using DHCP...sorry for the confusion.

-Doug

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by servermonkey In reply to dhcp problem

In DHCP manager, you can also create a reservation for a particular MAC address and client name on that DHCP scope by going to scope>>add reservation.

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