I need some help to deactivate blockage of MAC addresses in our company's VoIP server. IT's CentOS 5.3, I was reading that I have to modify the "dhcpd.conf" file located in the /etc (change the line from deny unknown-clients to allow unknown-clients) but the problem is that I dont have this file. The only dhcpd related file in the /etc is dhcp6c.conf
Right now we can't add any new VoIp telephones because only devices whith known MAC addresses can be used.
I was wondering if anybody could help me with the enable of allowing unknown clients or at least give me a command how I can add new MAC Adresses
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Also please be aware that CentOS 5.3 is ancient and contains many known vulnerabilities. You should "yum update" to the current 5.11 ASAP, but CentOS 5 is end of life in a few months and you should be thinking about migrating to a supported platform.