"Again, this setup is based on a CentOS 5.3 configuration, but
with perhaps minor path changes, it will work on any Linux
distribution. As well, in our previous example, we used the home
network domain name “home.lan” and the IP address
"The dhcpd configuration file is typically /etc/dhcpd.conf. This
file provides all the runtime options to dhcpd, allows you to
configure different options for different subnets, and allows you
to assign static IP addresses based on the requesting
system’s MAC address. Configuring dhcpd fully is beyond the
scope of this tip, so we will concentrate primarily on the dynamic
DNS related pieces."
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