Setting up network with CentOS
This might sound trivial, but coming from a win7 environment there are some questions when planning to switch to CentOS7. So:
I have a series of workstations (one main to work on and several render-clients) and a synology-NAS on one 1GB-switch which is connected to the router. Previously everything was win7 (in one home-network and the IP-adresses permanently given by the router).
When switching to CentOS7, whats the typical way to setup a simular scenario? I guess the NAS will be mounted on every client directly through etc/fstab. The main question: Do I still need to setup some kind of network when I want to remotely connect from the main workstation to the clients? The same question arises when I want to setup the main workstation as a license-server or setup a render-manager that executes tasks on the clients?
Is it still ok to let the router control the IP-adresses?
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction..
Last edited by borisb2; 09-10-2016 at 06:51 PM.