[Maintain] Import dhcpd.conf file?
Petersen, Kirsten J - NET
Kirsten.Petersen at oregonstate.edu
Tue Nov 18 17:57:15 UTC 2008
I don't think we have any dhcp import tools yet. That's a good idea though. Sorry for the bad news.
Brad - could you take a look at the modules page? Shouldn't there be some documentation there?
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From: maintain-bounces at osuosl.org [mailto:maintain-bounces at osuosl.org] On Behalf Of Ó Luasa, Conchubhar - Computer Technician
Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2008 8:41 AM
To: maintain at osuosl.org
Subject: [Maintain] Import dhcpd.conf file?
Just installed Maintain 3.1.1 for testing before use with our DHCP servers. We use fixed addresses in our DHCP so that we can track IP Addresses to MACs, so our dhcpd.conf has hundreds of entries in it. I would like to avoid typing all the info into Maintain if possible. Does anyone know a module or script that would import the hosts info into maintain? I can create the VLANS and subnets and so on myself.
Also on the Maintian website the Modules page is empty. Is this by design? http://maintainproject.osuosl.org/project
Any help is appreciated. I think I may just be able to scrape enough scripting skills together to put hosts into the database, but I wouldn't be confident!
Conchubhar Ó Luasa
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