Re: Is it a good idea to use DHCP for point to point connections ?

2010-10-16 Thread Liontaur
On Thu, Oct 14, 2010 at 10:56 AM, Jerome Herman jher...@dichotomia.frwrote It is indeed a lot easier. Unfortunatly it cannot be used in this case. Basically it is an hotel that is already wired in CAT.6. We ant the clients to be able to connect through wire without resorting to routers or DSL

Re: Is it a good idea to use DHCP for point to point connections ?

2010-10-14 Thread Jerome Herman
Le 13/10/2010 22:25, Elliot Finley a écrit : we did this with DSL customers. But instead of using a unique gateway for each Client, just use IP Unnumbered and proxy arp for your loopback interface. I was about to say that this solution seemed extremely sensitive to spoofing. But I figured

Re: Is it a good idea to use DHCP for point to point connections ?

2010-10-14 Thread Nathan Vidican
On Thu, Oct 14, 2010 at 9:16 AM, Jerome Herman jher...@dichotomia.frwrote: Le 13/10/2010 22:25, Elliot Finley a écrit : we did this with DSL customers. But instead of using a unique gateway for each Client, just use IP Unnumbered and proxy arp for your loopback interface. I was about to

Re: Is it a good idea to use DHCP for point to point connections ?

2010-10-14 Thread Jerome Herman
Le 14/10/2010 16:33, Nathan Vidican a écrit : On Thu, Oct 14, 2010 at 9:16 AM, Jerome Hermanjher...@dichotomia.frwrote: Le 13/10/2010 22:25, Elliot Finley a écrit : we did this with DSL customers. But instead of using a unique gateway for each Client, just use IP Unnumbered and

Re: Is it a good idea to use DHCP for point to point connections ?

2010-10-14 Thread Gary Gatten
I *think* PVLANs are open standard, other vendors may support. DHCP snooping and/or ACL's can address rogue issue. Used Ci$co hardware is cheap. Check out Nework Hardware Resale or just google. 2960's support PVLANs, but only significant to each switch. If you want distributed PVLANs, 3750's

Is it a good idea to use DHCP for point to point connections ?

2010-10-13 Thread Jerome Herman
Hello, Given the price (an tedious management) of layer 3 switches I was thinking about using modified DHCP to distribute addresses with a /32 netmask (255.255.255.255) The Idea : Create a cheap (and preferably not dirty) way to have client isolation, without creating tons of vlan.

Re: Is it a good idea to use DHCP for point to point connections ?

2010-10-13 Thread Elliot Finley
we did this with DSL customers. But instead of using a unique gateway for each Client, just use IP Unnumbered and proxy arp for your loopback interface. On Wed, Oct 13, 2010 at 9:02 AM, Jerome Herman jher...@dichotomia.frwrote: Hello, Given the price (an tedious management) of layer 3