zeroshell & dhcp multi subnets

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    myNetwork is like this :

    – a Gateway ZeroShell with 4 interfaces (4 subnets) :
    ETH00 :
    ETH01 :
    ETH01 :
    ETH03 :
    – 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.



    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.



    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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