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Open DHCP Server

Open DHCP Server is full fledged, all purpose DHCP server. It supports nearly all industry standard functionality. It supports both dynamic and static leases, multiple domains, multiple subnets, and relay agents. It also supports BOOTP and PXEBOOT. It allows user-defined options, which can be global, range-specific, or client-specific. DHCP ranges can be further filtered by MAC address ranges, Vendor Class, or User Class.

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Recent releases

  •  13 May 2013 17:05

    Release Notes: Subnet selection can now be manually configured. The target relay agent can be overridden. The HTTP interface can be restricted. The code was cleaned up.

    •  21 Sep 2011 01:53

      Release Notes: Replication operation issues have been fixed.

      •  06 Jun 2011 00:37

        Release Notes: DHCP logging has been improved. Interface status detection in Linux has been fixed. The Linux shell script has been improved.

        •  01 Feb 2011 22:10

          Release Notes: Cleanup of Option Loading Enhancement of Daemonizing Script (Unix only).

          •  23 Feb 2010 22:21

            Release Notes: General code cleanup.

            Recent comments

            22 Oct 2009 10:00 ltm78

            Hi achaldhir,

            I have tried your software (Open Dhcp Server for Windows) but i don't understand how i can set the options to block the loop of gpxe.
            I would like to boot windows over iscsi target with "gpxe" but i obtain the "Loop Issue" indicated here http://www.etherboot.org/wiki/pxechaining because i do not know the correct parameters.

            Could you help me to understard how set the options in the ini file ?

            Thanks for your help
            Best Regards
            Ltm78

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