>Perhaps someone from Hostmaster could offer more specific details, but
>my understanding is that those IPs will be a subset of the DHCP assigned
>For example each building has a dedicated DHCP range(s). Out of that
>dedicated range, you could specify a few machines that would always get
>same IPs from campus DHCP.
OK, but I still must be missing something. Suppose Hostmaster
assigns the range 184.108.40.206-220.127.116.11 for just one set of rooms
in our building. What stops a rogue in our building, or even from
that very set of rooms, from grabbing, say, 18.104.22.168 for their
static IP, and thereby creating a conflict with the rightful dynamic
user of that IP?