zeroshell & dhcp multi subnets

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    laitounejjar
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    hello,
    myNetwork is like this :

    – a Gateway ZeroShell with 4 interfaces (4 subnets) :
    ETH00 : 192.168.0.0/24
    ETH01 : 192.168.1.0/24
    ETH01 : 192.168.2.0/24
    ETH03 : 192.168.3.0/24
    – each interface is connected to a switch
    – dhcp server is enabled on Zeroshell with 4 ranges of ip (1 range/subnet).

    my problem is : how can the dhcp serve clients considering the input interface ( assign ip in the correct range of the subnet) ?

    Please HELP.

    #51996

    atheling
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    If you go to the DCHP setup page you’ll see a pull down toward the top right where you select which subnet you are dealing with. I’ve got three internal subnets on three physical interfaces and it works quite well.

    #51997

    laitounejjar
    Member

    Thank’s for your response.
    But my pb is a client in the subnet 1 obtain an ip from another subnet.

    I don’t understand why !

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