On Wed, 11 Jul 2001, Bill Moran wrote:
:Wes Peters wrote:
:> Just because you don't see it doesn't make it a bad idea. Network admins
:> begged for years for a centralized IP address space management server;
:> now that they've been given one (that works, and is FREE) people like you
:> bitch about it and won't use it. Feh.
:Are you saying you use DHCP for servers? If so, maybe I should shut up
:and listen for a while because apparently there's something here I can
:learn. I've been using it for client IP pools for years now, but not
Using DHCP for servers means it's much less work to renumber a network,
change router addresses, DNS servers, and so on. Very useful if you've got
a zillion machines. Change the settings, and as leases expire, the client
servers get the new ones.
Bipedalism is only a fad.
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