Originally Posted by markkuk
If you don't have a DNS server, then set "ddns-update-style none;" and "ddns-updates off;". All configuration options are explained in "man dhcpd.conf".
Thanks for you feedback.
Do you know why sometimes ad-hoc mode is used ? (seams to be "old" functionality)
Do I understand it well that if I do not run a DNS-server on my own, I do NOT need ddns-update-style. (ddns-update-style=none)
When I use the dns-server as only dns-server, is this considered as NOT having a dns-server running?
I have a small SOHO. Until now I used fixed IP-address. I want to extent it with a basic dhcp functionality (only to be aible to have web-acces on the first step. Afterwarts I plan to start SAMBA to implement printer-sharing and file-sharing).