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Old 01-22-2003, 10:22 PM   #1
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multiple gateways on one scope

I have made my dhcpd.conf file and have only one "option router" set. I have 2 gateways that users can possibly go through. Is there a way much like in windows where you can set to gateways and put them into order of my choice priority? So far I have tried doing

option router,; (example of course)

it just takes the first gateway in the string.



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