Re: DHCP range in Network Manager

On Sep 22, 2009, at 7:07 PM, Dan Williams wrote:

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.

Sure thing, Dan.

It's mainly for simplicity's sake in the end. I've got a handful of devices on my network that are within my 192.168.1.x subnet but that I've assigned fixed IPs to (printers, one Windows box that's used for VPNing, etc.). I'd have to go around and change all of those to a new IP, cross my fingers and hope nothing breaks.


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