Join David Bombal for an in-depth discussion in this video Configure and test a Linux DHCP server, part of Practical Linux for Network Engineers: Part 2.
- [Instructor] So under the Cisco router,…no service dhcp will disable dhcp on the router.…Show ip dhcp binding shows us that there are…no IP address bindings anymore.…So we've essentially disabled dhcp on the Cisco router.…Now let's configure dhcp on the Ubuntu server.…So I'm gonna edit DNS mask.…Press Ctrl + W to do a search for dhcp range.…
That allows us to configure a range of IP addresses…for the DHCP server.…So just going up a bit.…We can configure multiple options once again for…the DHCP server.…But I'm only gonna set some basics here.…So I'm gonna set a dhcp range…and you could uncomment this line and edit it…or simply add your own line and keep the example as shown.…
So what I'll do here is allocate IP addresses…in the range 10.1.1.150…to 10.1.1.199…with a 24 hour leash.…So I'm gonna change the address range of addresses…allocated when compared to the Cisco router.…The Cisco router was allocating addresses…in this full range 10.1.1.…all the way up to 10.1.1.254.…
But in this example, we'll limit the addresses allocated.…
Note: This course uses GNS3 for all demonstrations.
- Configuring TFTP, dnsmasq, and DHCP
- Replacing GNS3 switches with Linux switches
- Creating a Docker-based network with OVS
- OpenFlow capture using Wireshark
Skill Level Intermediate
Practical Linux for Network Engineers: Part 1with David Bombal4h 8m Intermediate
1. Linux Fundamentals: Software Installation
2. Put Linux to Work: TFTP Server
3. Put Linux to Work: DNS Server
4. Put Linux to Work: DHCP Server
View address leases1m 19s
5. Put Linux to Work: Linux Switch
6. GNS3, Docker, Open vSwitch, SDN, OpenDaylight, and OpenFlow
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