Fedora.next: I would like working configurations
Robert M. Albrecht
lists at romal.de
Mon Jan 27 21:05:16 UTC 2014
if the server sits in a RFC1918 network (192.168.1.0/16), has a static
IP and a configured gateway and DNS, it might be reasonable to assume,
the dhcpd should operate in this range and set the options for DNS and
At least the installation could produce a sample-config-file, which
reflects the running configuration.
Also it could to talk to firewalld to configure the firewall.
But I used dhcpd just as a (maybe bad) exmaple to explain my problem.
Am 27.01.14 20:33, schrieb Chris Adams:
> Once upon a time, Robert M. Albrecht <lists at romal.de> said:
>> If I install a Windows-Server with some services like DHCP or file
>> services, I get a working configuration.
> Can you be more specific on what you mean by "working configuration"?
> As far as I know, you still have to configure the service on Windows
> before it does anything. How could a "default" install of a DHCP
> service possibly know what to do without configuration?
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