DHCP Warning message not really true

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    I want to to signal a little bug, in the DHCP server GUI (so, it’s not properly a functional bug).

    I have a lot of (routed, by way a cisco router (in vrf :-))) subnets “captived” and ZeroShell acts also as DHCP server for them (I used cisco’s comand ip-helper address to forward the dhcp requests).

    When I created these subnets the DCHP server said that:
    WARNING: DHCP Server is not active on this subnet because there is not a network interface with an IP on the subnet
    That is false and true.
    It’s true that ZeroShell have not interfaces (with an ip) on these subnets.
    It’s false that the server is not active on them (in fact it works).

    So, the warning should changed to something like:
    WARNING: DHCP Server may be not active on this subnet because there is not a network interface with an IP directly on the subnet

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