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This command removes host entries from the name service, the dhcptab file, and the network tables.
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An alternative to the dhcpconfig command is the dhcpmgr GUI, which performs the following operations: Configures DHCP Configures BOOTP Administers DHCP Administers BOOTP Administers DHCP addresses and macros Administers DHCP options Migrates DHCP data stores Moves data from one DHCP server to another Figure 22-4 shows the GUI for dhcpmgr.
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Although most administrators use dhcpconfig or dhcpmgr to manage DHCP services, it is also possible to manually edit the DHCP configuration database, dhcptab, by using the dhtadm command. You can install macros and set server options by using dhtadm.
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In the first instance, dhtadm can be used to create a new dhcptab file:
# dhtadm C
The following options can be passed to dhtadm to perform various tasks: A B C D M Define a macro or symbol. Perform batch processing. Create the service configuration database. Remove a macro or symbol. Update a macro or symbol.
Configuring a Solaris DHCP Client
Once the DHCP server has been configured, it is then very easy to configure a Solaris client. When installing the client, you will be asked whether you wish to install DHCP support. At this point, you should answer yes. Accordingly, you will not be asked to enter a static IP address as per a normal installation, as this will be supplied by the DHCP server with the DHCPOFFER message. If you wish to enable support for DHCP on a client that has already been installed, you need to use the sys-unconfig command, which can be used on all systems to reconfigure network and system settings, without having to manually edit configuration files. The sys-unconfig command reboots the system in order to perform this task, so users should be given plenty of warning before reconfiguration commences. Again, you will be asked during configuration to install DHCP support, to which you should answer yes. When configured, the DHCP client (dhcpagent) is managed by ifconfig although dhcpagent can be started manually, it is most often started by ifconfig with respect to a specific interface. This process allows a lease to be initially obtained, and subsequently renewed if the interface is still in use.
Configuring a Windows DHCP Client
Setting up support for a Microsoft Windows client is easy you simply select the DHCP support option in the TCP/IP section of the Network Control Panel, which can be found in most versions of Windows. A DHCP client for Windows 95 is shown in Figure 22-5. Once DHCP support is enabled, it is no longer necessary to enter any static IP address information.
Configuring an NTP Client
If a system is going to act as an NTP client, then creating the configuration file is much simpler. Instead of copying the template /etc/inet/ntp.server file to /etc/inet/ntp.conf, the
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FIGURE 22-5
DHCP client for Microsoft Windows
template /etc/inet/ntp.client file is copied to /etc/inet/ntp.conf. By default, this file contains a list that listens for multicast broadcasts on the local subnet:
multicastclient 224.0.1.1
NTP clients send and receive NTP message data in a specific format. The main fields transmitted include the following: Leap Indicator Version Number Flag that indicates a leap year at the end of the day. NTPv3.
Mode Determines whether the message is symmetric active, symmetric passive, client, server, broadcast, or an NTP control message. Stratum Level of accuracy for the message, with 1 being a primary server and 2 255 indicating secondary servers of decreasing accuracy. Poll Interval Precision Root Delay Maximum time separating messages. Delay anticipated between the primary and other sources. Error estimate from the primary source. Allows the primary source clock to be identified. The last time the local clock was updated. Local clock precision.
Root Dispersion
Reference Clock Identifier Reference Timestamp
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Originate Timestamp a client. Receive Timestamp Transmit Timestamp a server. Authenticator
The time at which the message was transmitted from The time at which the message was received. The time at which the message was transmitted from
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