Re: DHCP range in Network Manager

On Tue, 2009-09-22 at 15:41 -0500, Andy Ringsmuth wrote:
> I've got a new, totally clean Ubuntu 9.04 box I'd like to use as a  
> basic network gateway.
> I've got it set up with NetworkManager with eth0 connected to the  
> Internet and eth1 as the internal interface to which other computers  
> on my network will connect.
> My question is this - the default range IP range dished out by  
> NetworkManager is to
> I would like to change that to to but for  
> the life of me I cannot figure out what to change to make that happen.

Nope, it's currently hardcoded for user-created "shared" networks.
Didn't really see a great need to change it at the time I did connection
sharing last year.  Mind sharing your use-case here?  I'm curious.


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