After reading the man page and doing research on the web I thought I had resolved an issue that I was having regarding default gateways, and while it appears to have corrected my gateway issue I may have introduced an new issue.
Little history - we are using Dnsmasq to serve dhcp to about 25 devices - they are all printers that get their print jobs from a web application. We are using Option 82 as these printers break often and we just want to be able to drop in the fresh printer and power on and go. To resolve my gateway issue I came up with this: dhcp-range=set:net1,10.192.4.101,10.192.4.115,255.255.255.0,12h dhcp-option=net:net1,3,10.192.4.1 dhcp-range=set:net2,10.192.5.101,10.192.5.150,255.255.255.0,12h dhcp-option=net:net2,3,10.192.5.1 dhcp-range=set:net3,10.192.6.101,10.192.6.150,255.255.255.0,12h dhcp-option=net:net3,3,10.192.6.1 dhcp-range=set:net4,10.192.9.101,10.192.9.150,255.255.255.0,12h dhcp-option=net:net4,3,10.192.9.1 tagging the ranges net1. net2 etc. Like i said, all my devices now get the correct gateway, but some of them are getting an IP form the range given and not the address that I it should form option 82 this is what I am doing for option 82: dhcp-circuitid=set:ln_oops_01,access02-4b.plant.ldn01 xe-0/0/44.0:plant-printers-307 dhcp-circuitid=set:ln_opps_02,access02-4b.plant.ldn01 xe-0/0/45.0:plant-printers-307 dhcp-range=net:ln_opps_01,access02-4b.plant.ldn01:xe-0/0/44.0:plant-printers-307,10.192.9.10,10.192.9.10,255.255.255.0,5m dhcp-range=net:30_port_30,access02-4b.plant.ldn01:xe-0/0/45.0:plant-printers-307,10.192.9.11,10.192.9.11,255.255.255.0,5m Do I need to somehow combine the two scenarios, i.e. using the tags for the gateway in my option 82 statements? Thanks Keith
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