Setup FOG DHCP server on Ubuntu 12.10
Ole Friis Heesgaard last edited by
Have just installed FOG 0.32 on a Ubuntu 12.10, have used the “internal” DHCP server that comes with FOG.
Now I need to specify what ip addresses to send out via DHCP (I am on a special subnet).
What DHCP server does FOG use as internal DHCP ???
and where do I find the config file for that DHCP server ???
Please give standard path to DHCP
and thanks in advance
Kevin last edited by
You need to edit the dhcpd.conf file located in the /etc/dhcp folder on your server. Once you make your necessary changes here, range dynamic-bootp x.x.x.x x.x.x.x, all you should need to do is restart the dhcp service. This can be done by typing [B]sudo /etc/init.d/isc-dhcp-server restart[/B]