[Maintain-dev] [JIRA] Updated: (MNT-79) Ability to create dynamic ranges of hosts

Josh Schonstal (JIRA) jira at osuosl.org
Tue Jan 16 14:12:00 PST 2007


     [ http://bugs.osuosl.org/browse/MNT-79?page=history ]

Josh Schonstal updated MNT-79:
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> Ability to create dynamic ranges of hosts
> -----------------------------------------
>
>          Key: MNT-79
>          URL: http://bugs.osuosl.org/browse/MNT-79
>      Project: Maintain
>         Type: New Feature
>     Versions: 2.4.0
>     Reporter: Brandon Philips
>     Assignee: Michael Clay
>     Priority: Urgent
>      Fix For: 3.0

>
>
> This was stemmed out of a conversation on IRC, originally brought up by a user outside OSU, and then discussed with Scott Kveton.
>        philips | kveton: The only way to add a dynamic DHCP range to Maintain is through the footers right?
>         kveton |  no
>         kveton |  you can do it in the interface
>         kveton |  the stuff in the footers is for the autoreg stuff
>        philips | kveton: Dynamic as in you don't have to register the MAC with Maintain at all
>         kveton |  oh
>         kveton |  hmm
>         kveton |  yeah, we'd have to add that as a feature request
>         kveton |  basically there is a DHCP option for subnets/workgroups
>         kveton |  that is like 'allow-unregistered clients' or something like that
>         kveton |  i'm pretty sure we don't have that included in maintain right now
>        philips | So if I added the allow-unregistered clients to the workgroup options list they could just create a workgroup with that and be good to go pretty much.
>         kveton |  possibly
>         kveton |  hmm
>  *       kveton thinks more about this
>          polvi |  how is the autoreg stuff done?
>         kveton |  hmm
>         kveton |  sorry for the flood:
>         kveton |  subnet 128.193.136.0 netmask 255.255.252.0 {
>         kveton |          option subnet-mask 255.255.252.0;
>         kveton |          option broadcast-address 128.193.139.255;
>         kveton |          option time-offset 28800;
>         kveton |          option routers 128.193.136.1;
>         kveton |          # the registration pool
>         kveton |          pool {
>         kveton |                  option domain-name-servers 128.193.4.20, 128.193.0.10;
>         kveton |                  range 128.193.139.224 128.193.139.254;
>         kveton |                  max-lease-time 300;
>         kveton |                  default-lease-time 300;
>         kveton |                  allow unknown clients;
>         kveton |          }
>         kveton |          #pool {
>         kveton |          #       range 128.193.136.2 128.193.139.223;
>         kveton |          #       deny known clients;
>         kveton |          #}
>         kveton |  }
>         kveton |  basically
>         kveton |  hmm
>         kveton |  well, this is sort of a toughy
>         kveton |  you'd have to define a range inside of a subnet that allows unregistered clients
>         kveton |  and then when you go to define a subnet
>         kveton |  you'd have to see if there are ranges that match that
>         kveton |  and then print out a 'pool' entry
>        philips | right.
>         kveton |  doesn't sound _that_ hard
>         kveton |  but its works
>        philips | I will add it as a feature request.  I am hesitant to add it in this release.
>         kveton |  yes
>         kveton |  good call

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