Import Static DHCP from dhcpd.conf
Hi, I have a little problem with importing a list of hosts for static DHCP.
I need to import a list of about 500 entries for static DHCP hosts, but the list of hosts in a dhcpd.conf from another system.
I found the path to the file dhcpd.conf (/var/dhcpd/etc/dhcpd.conf), I replace this file I exported earlier, but after restarting the DHCP service all goes back to the old settings without a list of my hosts. Is it possible to somehow solve this problem?
I do not want to add new entries for more than 500 computers.
Try to find your config.xml and look if there is some dhcp entries.
That's right, there are entries in config.xml, but it does not solve the problem. I feel that on the basis of config.xml pfSense builds dhcpd.conf file after restarting the service. What can I do to change that? Copy the dhcpd.conf file and chmod to read only, then export to XML? PF is a test virtual machine - you can suggest any solution, even deadly :)
Download both config.xml's edit that one which your going to use to include those leases.
upload back to pfsense and boot your box
The problem is that I have a dhcpd.conf file, not xml :/ I can not do anything with it :/ Rewriting dhcpd.conf to config.xml is not an option - over 1500 lines to write :/.
GruensFroeschli last edited by
Just write a small shellscript or some lines of C-code to convert it.
The content is "basically" the same and it should not be that complicated to parse it.
Actually i think there was already once a thread about this exact same thing and someone already wrote a parser.
Have to see if the person posted it somewhere.
Edit: found it: