Yes I get that output from ps also, but the question is what do you get from netstat -an? I tried your syntax, got the same output as you in ps, but netstat still shows the daemon listening on *.67. Not kosher.
Found the answer on the isc-dhcp-server mailing list.
Say you want the server to run on rl1 with IP 10.0.0.1, then add to your dhcpd.conf file:
and start the dhcpd server as you did before.
The port 67 will then bind only to 10.0.0.1.
See also the man pages of dhcpd.
You raised a good point; I've modified my dhcpd.conf file accordingly!
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