Samba, DHCPCD (Pump) and DNS
Ries van Twisk
ries at franksintl.nl
Thu Feb 15 07:31:23 GMT 2001
This is what I did.
Install Bind 9 and DHCP 3 (both can be found on www.isc.org)
Whenever one of your PC's ask's for a IP address it's updated
to your DNS server, straigh away.
So de-install the DHCP server on your SMC box and install it on
your Linux server. Set up your config and off you go!
If you are sure that your SMC box can update your DNS you can
leave at alone, check it out..
This is the situation at home and in the office. Runs reliable for over
several weeks now.
On 14 Feb 2001, at 13:25, Alex Waltrip wrote:
> I was wondering if anyone can point me in the right direction. I've
> got 2 pc's named topdog (RedHat7.0) and midget (Win98 laptop) and I
> have a SMC Barricade cable modem router/firewall/print server. I
> would like to implement Samba as my file server for my laptop (midget)
> running on my Linux box (topdog). Both the PC and the laptop obtain
> their ip's via dhcp from the SMC Barricade. I would like to update
> the DNS on the Linux box everytime pump (dhcpcd) gets a different ip
> address than ones already assigned. Can anybody help. I've read some
> articles that imply Samba 2.0.7 can accomodate all these tasks,
> problem is I don't know how.
> Thanks in advance.
> Alex Waltrip
> Denver, Colorado
> "The surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the
> universe is that it has never tried to contact us." Bill Watterson,
> Calvin and Hobbes
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