[conspire] corrected to HP LaserJet4M Plus Re: HP LaserJet4 - CUPS lists printer twice
rick at linuxmafia.com
Sat Aug 29 19:48:31 PDT 2009
Quoting Don Marti (dmarti at zgp.org):
> Last I checked, dhcpd uses more memory to serve a
> larger range of addresses, even if you have the same
> number of actual clients. It's a good idea to set a
> "range" in /etc/dhcp3/dhcpd.conf that's big enough
> for the number of clients you expect, but you don't
> need to give it the whole /24 or whatever you have
> for your home network. So that leaves you a block
> of addresses to assign manually.
Yes, for a home network, I'd typically just give it ten IPs.
If it runs out, it'll tell syslogd, and you'll know. (Increase the
allocation, and don't forget to restart dhcpd.)
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