> In reading your post a couple more times, I think I see what you are after.
> Elaborate a little more on what you want exactly.
> You want the NIC to get an addy from the dhcpd server from the Subnet A
> address pool and then want to also obtain an addy from the Subnet B Fixed
> addy pool so the clients nics has two Ips? Correct?
The client can just connect to two networks handled by the DHCP server
(on different NICs of course
On Subnet A it should receive a dynamic address within the range and
on Subnet be it should just obtain the address defined in it's host
> This I am not sure can be done with dhcpd. However you can specify NIC to
> fixed static addys and the nic harware address in the dhcp.conf file.
How does that work?
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