Single Interface, multiple subnets DHCP & DNSmasq

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Set conf-dir to /etc/dnsmasq.d

Put each DHCP config info in a seprate file in the conf-dir

[root@fuel ~]# cat /etc/dnsmasq.d/range_*

# Generated automatically by puppet
# Environment: 98
# Nodegroup: rack3
# IP range: [“172.29.215.10”, “172.29.215.11”]
dhcp-range=range_34d32145,172.29.215.10,172.29.215.11,255.255.255.192,120m
dhcp-option=net:range_34d32145,option:router,172.29.215.1
dhcp-boot=net:range_34d32145,pxelinux.0,boothost,172.29.214.75
dhcp-match=set:ipxe,175
dhcp-option-force=tag:ipxe,210,http://172.29.214.75/cobbler/boot/

# Generated automatically by puppet
# Environment:
# Nodegroup:
# IP range: [“172.29.214.80”, “172.29.214.126”]
dhcp-range=range_a06a0a6f,172.29.214.80,172.29.214.126,255.255.255.192,120m
dhcp-option=net:range_a06a0a6f,option:router,172.29.214.75
dhcp-boot=net:range_a06a0a6f,pxelinux.0,boothost,172.29.214.75
dhcp-match=set:ipxe,175
dhcp-option-force=tag:ipxe,210,http://172.29.214.75/cobbler/boot/
[root@mtn98fueld2 ~]#

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