Ubuntu 10.04 proxyDHCP help



  • I’m new to Linux and having trouble with getting proxyDHCP to work with Fog. I’m stuck at the step in the wiki where you make the ltsp.conf file. I’m not sure what address and information I need to put into it to get it to work. Everything up that point is configured correctly. Our router/firewall/DHCP server’s address is 192.168.101.1. The fog server’s address 192.168.101.240. We wanted to use proxyDHCP so we could go from client to client without having to mess with their DHCP settings.



  • Assuming your server is on the same subnet as the client PC’s.

    Change this line in the ltsp.conf file:
    [CODE]dhcp-range=192.168.1.10,proxy[/CODE]
    to
    [CODE]dhcp-range=192.168.101.240,proxy[/CODE]

    then restart dnsmasq
    [CODE]sudo /etc/init.d/dnsmasq restart[/CODE]


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