genie at geniechka.ru
Fri Sep 13 19:07:57 UTC 2013
Yes, I have a similar setup at work (though currently migrating it to DHCP
to accommodate mobile clients and simplify management). But I suppose OP
would like to basically keep his the architecture intact =)
From: Al Plant
Sent: Friday, September 13, 2013 10:28 PM
Cc: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org ; Daniel Nang
Subject: Re: Network Question
> Hi Daniel,
> The easiest way is to check the LAN Config (or similar) page of the
> router. They usually allow one to specify fixed IP and hostname for the
> DHCP clients based on the MAC addresses.
For many years I have 8 Freebsd boxes behind a PF firewall on a static
labeled lan. Only one public address feeds the lan. All the boxes can
work the internet and can ssh.
I found that easier than dhcp.
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