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Jeremy GarchowRe: Extremely Detailed Review of the rMBP
by on Jun 26, 2012 at 7:07:09 pm

[Walter Soyka] "I think it's inefficient to manage IP addresses on the computers themselves. From an administration standpoint, I think it's far better to manage the assignment of IP addresses on the router and allow all the computers to use DHCP and be assigned the same address every time they connect. It's like centrally-managed static IPs."

That sounds totally out of my league.

It's much easier to have a document stored on the SAN that has an IP number that I can simply cross off (I have blocked x.x.x.1 - 50 on the incoming router. You also have to add this IP number to the "host" file in Windows (which is actually much easier to do in Windows than on a Mac, so there, OSX sucks).

In metaSAN, you have to add specific IPs to the software by hand. If a server was generating this, it would make it that much harder as I'd still have to type it in at some point.


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