PIX - turn off DHCP

New client wants to turn off DHCP on a pix; I assume I just say "no" to

dhcpd enable inside

or do I need to say "NO" to all ?

dhcpd address inside dhcpd dns dhcpd wins dhcpd lease 3600 dhcpd ping_timeout 750

any "gotcha's" waiting for me ?

Reply to
barret bonden
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Just the enable is enough.

You should test: if you have a dhcpd address pool configured but the dhcpd is not enabled, then will the PIX detect if the pool conflicts with other addresses?

Or to save the test, explicitly deconfigure the other dhcpd items -- that's probably easier.

Reply to
Walter Roberson

Clients might have a IP obtained from PIX-dhcpd. Then you enable dhcp server and disable pix-dhcpd. If your new scope overlaps, and the dhcp server is not configured to verify the IP before offering, you might end with the same IP obtained twice. But since your lease time is very low, this problem will go away over time.

HTH Martin Bilgrav

Reply to
Martin Bilgrav

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