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knist

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Hello!

I'm testing the Kerio Control in my company and I have a doubt. I have another DHCP server on the network (Linux) and that server needs to answer some requests. I could do this server ignore requests from stations we wanted. Is there any way to do this in the Kerio's DHCP?

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luizfernando

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Hello

Did not quite understand what you want but you have 2 options

1 - If you want only the Linux server to function as a DHCP server, just uncheck the option LAN in Kerio - Configuration - DHCP Server

2 - If you want the Kerio skip some stations only, you can use MAC Filter - Settings - Security Settings - Enable Mac Filter.
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I use a remote boot server in my network. This is the code to do what I want on a linux server, dhcph.conf:

class "DRBL-Client" {
if match
(substring (option vendor-class-identifier, 0, 9) = "PXEClient") or
(substring (option vendor-class-identifier, 0, 9) = "Etherboot") or
(substring (option vendor-class-identifier, 0, 10) = "DRBLClient");
}
deny members of "DRBL-Client"


I wonder if the same is possible in the Kerio's DHCP.
This works on a Linux DHCP server, but would like to use what comes in Kerio.

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luizfernando

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Sorry, I didnt see this Options in Kerio - DHCP Server - LAN - Add.

I dont think will work this way. The only option near of you want is the option to set TFPT server (66). Even then you will need to create some rules to permit or deny this protocol.

Try to open a ticket at kerio support. Maybe they have some other way to do this.

[Updated on: Thu, 28 August 2014 18:45]

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