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Old 10-25-2007, 04:39 PM   #1
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After reading a couple threads I found that it may be necessary to manually delete old dhcp leases, however; I have a lease for every system on my network, even those system that have been using static IP for a number of weeks, and the lease, matched up my MAC address, says it was issued in the past 24 hours! Because I have my DNS tied into my DHCP leases this is causing DNS conflicts between my manually assigned DNS entries and these 'phantom' dhcpd.leases. Any thoughts anyone?


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