Install/data/WiFi1.cab/dualserver.zip/PanDhcpDns.ini Driver File Contents (WiFi_Intel_Win8_64_Z15805.zip)

Driver Package File Name: WiFi_Intel_Win8_64_Z15805.zip
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#This file is required for custom settings
#If not exists defaults are assumed.
#Any entry starting with a punctuation character will be a comment
#This file should be in the same folder where DualServer.exe file is.
#You need to remove ' from begining of values and replace with your 
#own values below if you need change settings

[SERVICES]
#Specify the service you want to use
#Default is both services
'DNS
DHCP

[LISTEN-ON]
#Specify the Interfaces you would like DNS to listen
#if you have more than one NIC card on your server
#always specify which cards will listen DHCP/DNS requests
#Requests from diffent Interfaces look for matching DHCP ranges.
#Requests from relay agents look for matching range to relay agent IP.
#upto 8 interfaces can be specified
#Default is All Interfaces
'192.168.0.1
'192.168.16.1
'192.168.16.2
UseRegistryHKLM=SOFTWARE\PANDhcpDns\AdapterIP

[LOGGING]
#Logging will be done only if run as Service.
#default is None
#Logging "All" consumes little more resources.
'None
'Errors
'All
All

[DNS-ALLOWED-HOSTS]
#These are permitted hosts for DNS Query.
#Hosts having IP address within these ip ranges
#only will be responded to DNS requests.
#Hosts "queried for" has nothing to do with these ranges.
#32 ranges can be specified.
#DHCP Client ranges are automatically included
#use second example for allowing all hosts
'192.168.0.1-192.168.255.254
'1.0.0.1-255.255.255.254
UseRegistryHKLM=SOFTWARE\PANDhcpDns\DHCP_Range

[HOSTS]
#This is where hosts (CNAMES) and their
#IPs needs to be specified
#DNS will resolve as per
#entries here, in addition to
#DHCP alotted addresses.
#Bare names automatically
#assume local domainname.
#hosts here need not be local
#reverse entry is automatic.
#MX and ALIASs needs to
#be given in respected sections
#no alias or wild cards in this section
#No limit to no. of entries here !
'OracleServer.yahoo.com=192.168.0.43
'DNS=192.168.0.1
'cpltcaxd02b=192.168.0.2
'homehost.external.com=187.178.187.178
'strange=192.168.6.11
'soho=192.168.0.111
'workgroup.com=12.67.4.3
'www=12.67.4.3

[ALIASES]
#These are alias names
#ALIAS should be bare or local name
#while CNAME can be local or FQDN, 
#pointing anywhere in the world
#This server will resolve them
#ensure CNAME in right of 
#= and ALIAS is on left
#in form ALIAS=CNAME
#No limit to no. of entries here !
'MyHost=HomeHost
'DBServer=DB2Server.com
'DataServer=OracleServer.external.com
'gmail=gmail.google.com
'DB2ServerVendor=oracle.com
'www=workgroup.com
'dns1 = dns
'xyz=soho

[WILD-HOSTS]
#These are wild card based hosts for
#name queries only (A type only).
#wild hosts would be matched if none found.
#during normal lookup but before forwarding.
#if queried name matches these wildcards
#specified ip would be returned, but there
#would be no reverse lookup against IPs here.
# * and ? are the only wild characters.
#Be very careful while using wild hosts.
#wild hosts wont be part of zone transfer.
#only upto 32 wild hosts can be specified.
#wild hosts can be used to block some external urls
'*.google.com=64.136.20.120
'www.*.com=127.0.0.1
'*xyz.com*=4.2.2.3

[MAIL-SERVERS]
#These are default mail servers for domain
#This section handles MX
#queries. Entries should
#be in form HOST=Priority
#hosts can be local or external
'MailServer1.com=10
'MailServer2.net=20
'cpltcaxd02b=10

[DOMAIN-NAME]
#This is local zone/domain for this Server
#Default is workgroup (not authorised) if not specified
#There are two formats for this
#workgroup
#workgroup=10.10.in-addr.arpa
#just workgroup means this is non authorized server
#with default domain name workgroup
#workgroup=10.10.in-addr.arpa means this is authorized server for 
#zone workgroup and network 10.10.0.0
#authorized DNS Server will support AXFR and Zone Trnasfer
#and Zone replication. It will also send
#NS records with DNS queries and NS queries will be responded.
'workgroup=168.192.in-addr.arpa
'workgroup

[DNS-SERVERS]
#If DNS Service is enabled
#These servers are used
#as default Forward DNS Servers
#DNS Server here would be overridden by
#servers specified in [CHILD-ZONES] section.
#However If only DHCP service is used,
#these are passed as local DNS Servers,
#unless overridden by DHCP-OPTIONS or client OPTIONS
#Max Number of DNS Servers is 8
#Program auto detects if not specified
'192.168.0.1
'10.10.10.1

[CHILD-ZONES]
#Formerly called DNS-PROXY.
#If your main domain has child zones and
#each child zone has its own DNS
#Server(s), DualServer can also be used domain
#name server for all zones as main Domain Name Server.
#The queries would be forwarded to these child
#servers. each child zone need 2 enteries, one
#for name lookup and other for reverse lookup
#limit is 32 entries. Each such entry can
#have upto 2 child DNS Servers, separated
#by comma.
'zone1.workgroup=192.168.1.1
'1.168.192.in-addr.arpa=192.168.1.1
'zone2.workgroup=192.168.2.1,192.168.2.2
'2.168.192.in-addr.arpa=192.168.2.1,192.168.2.2

[ZONE-REPLICATION]
#You need to specify Primary
#and secondary servers for replication
#to work. You can add some Clients also,
#which may make AXFR queries.
#make sure that Primary & Secondary
#Server entries are same on both servers
'Primary=192.168.0.1
'Secondary=192.168.0.5
#Alternatively/Additionally You
#can also specify upto 6 clients/servers
#which can make tcp/axfr queries to this server
'AXFRClient=192.168.0.1
'AXFRClient=192.168.0.3
'AXFRClient=192.168.0.4
'AXFRClient=192.168.0.5
'AXFRClient=192.168.0.6

[TIMINGS]
#Lease is Maximum lease time in seconds for DHCP
#Lease is also expiry for other hosts
#Default is 360000 sec (100 hours)
#specify 0 for infinity.
'Lease=360000
#other are zone repl timings
'Refresh=3600
'Retry=10
'Expire=360000
'Minimum=20

#DHCP Sections
#Sections below are DHCP Sections. Clients can be alotted addresses in
#two ways, dyanamically from DHCP Range or statically. For static addresses,
#client section needs to be created for each static client
#against its MAC Address. BOOTP clients are always static.
#The Policy for alloting dynamic address would be:-
#1)First Look for MacAddress in DHCP Client sections
#2)If not found look for old expired/active address of same host
#3)If not found, look if DNS has matching hostname entry and this IP is free
#  and falls in matching DHCP Range
#4)If not,look at requested IP Address and it is free and it falls in matching DHCP range
#5)If not allot virgin IP Adress, if any available
#6)If no virgin IP address exists, allot expired IP address of other host.
#From 3) to 6), requests from diffent Interfaces look for matching DHCP ranges.
#of Interface IP and requests from relay agents look for matching range to relay agent IP.

[DHCP-RANGE]
#This section's format has changed now.
#Now there can be multiple DHPC-RANGE sections.
#You can specify one or more ranges in each [DHCP-RANGE]
#section, in format specified. You can also add some more
#range specific options, which will override global options.
#DHCP Server will alot addresses from these ranges.
#Big DHCP Range would be internally split into subnets.
#Static Hosts and BootP clients do not use/need ranges.
#do not specify [DHCP-RANGE] if all clients are static
#Range or part of range falling within subnet of listening NIC
#or relay agent IP will only be used to allot addresses.
UseRegistryHKLM=SOFTWARE\PANDhcpDns\DHCP_Range
'DHCP_Range=192.168.10.1-192.168.10.254
'DHCP_Range=192.168.1.1-192.168.1.254
'DHCP_Range=192.168.2.1-192.168.2.254
'Subnet_Mask=255.255.255.0
'DNS_Server=10.5.6.90
'DNS_Server=11.4.5.6
'Router=11.5.6.7
'Router=4.6.7.34
'Ethernet_Encp=1
'NETBIOS_Name_Srv=192.168.0.201

[DHCP-RANGE]
#This is second DHCP range section example,
#some options are diffrent for these ranges.
'DHCP_Range=192.168.0.5-192.168.0.10
'Subnet_Mask=255.255.255.0
'DHCP_Range=192.168.4.1-192.168.4.254
'DHCP_Range=192.168.5.1-192.168.5.254
'DNS_Server=10.5.6.21
'DNS_Server=11.4.5.61
'Router=11.5.6.73
'Router=4.6.7.39

[DHCP-OPTIONS]
#These are global DHCP Options and would suppliment
#client specific options and DHCP-RANGE options.
#Network Boot (PXE) global options can also be here.
#if any option has more than one value, immediately
#repeat option for each value (not valid for hex options)
#You can specify missing options in hexformat as
#optiontag=hexstring, like 233=4D:61:63:20:4E:43:20:23
#options with suboptions can only be specified as hex.
#If options have client specific values, move/copy them
#to specific client's section. If any option has DHCP range
#specific value, move/copy them to [DHCP-RANGE] sections.
#Subnet_Mast if not specified, automatically calculated.
'Subnet_Mask=255.255.0.0
'DNS_Server=10.5.6.90
'DNS_Server=11.4.5.6
'Router=11.5.6.7
'Boot_File=pxelinux.0
'Boot_File_Size=255
'Root_Path=/
'Extension_Path=/linux/
#Next_Server is PXEBoot TFTP Server
'Next_Server=192.168.0.1
'Time_Offset=0
'Time_Server=0.0.0.0
'Name_Server=0.0.0.0
'Cookie_Server=0.0.0.0
'Impress_Server=7.0.0.0
'RLP_Server=0.0.0.0
'Swap_Server=123.45.8.23
'Log_Server=0.0.0.0
'LPR_Server=2.0.0.0
'LPR_Server=3.0.0.0
'Forward_On/Off=1
'SrcRte_On/Off=0
#Needs both Entries for each policy filter, IP and mask
'Policy_Filter_IP=123.5.6.78
'Policy_Filter_Mask=255.255.255.240
'Default_IP_TTL=0
'MTU_Timeout=0
'MTU_Plateau=89
'MTU_Plateau=234
'MTU_Interface=0
'MTU_Subnet=0
'Broadcast_Address=0.0.0.0
'Mask_Discovery=1
'Mask_Supplier=0.0.0.0
'Router_Discovery=1
'Router_Request=4.5.6.7
#Needs both Entries for each static route IP and mask
'Static_Route_IP=12.13.14.15
'Static_Route_Mask=255.255.255.0
'Trailers=0
'LDAP_URL=ldap://chutial.com
'ARP_Timeout=0
'Ethernet_Encp=1
'Default_TCP_TTL=0
'Keepalive_Time=0
'Keepalive_Data=0
'NIS_Domain=not specified
'NIS_Servers=0.0.0.0.0
'NTP_Servers=0.0.0.0
'NETBIOS_Name_Srv=192.168.0.201
'NETBIOS_Dist_Srv=192.168.0.201
'NETBIOS_Node_Type=8
'NETBIOS_Scope=not specified
'X_Window_Font=0.0.0.0
'X_Window_Manager=6.7.8.9
'Renewal_Time=120
'Rebinding_Time=240
'NIS+_Domain_Name=achal
'NIS+_Server_Addr=22.33.44.55
'TFTP_Server_Name=not specified
'Home_Agent_Addrs=2.6.7.8
'SMTP_Server=192.168.0.201
'POP3_Server=192.168.0.201
'NNTP_Server=0.0.0.0
'WWW_Server=192.168.0.201
'Finger_Server=0.0.0.0
'IRC_Server=0.0.0.0
'StreetTalk_Server=0.0.0.0
'STDA_Server=0.0.0.0
'NDS_Servers=0.0.0.0
'NDS_Tree_Name=not specified
'NDS_Context=not specified
'Auto_Configure=1
'Name_Service_Search=8686
'Subnet_Selection=255.255.255.0
'DNS_Domain_Search=not specified
'TFTP_Phone_Server==0.0.0.0
'Call_Server=0.0.0.0
'Discrimination_String=not specified
'RemoteStatisticsServer=0.0.0.0
'Phone_Http_Proxy=127.0.0.7
'IP_Phone=MCIPADD=10.10.0.1,MCPORT=1719,TFTPSRVR=10.10.0.254,TFTPDIR=,VLANTEST=0
#next few are sample hex option, (global mac boot options)
#option mac-version
'230=00:00:00:00
#option mac-nb-img
'234=ac:11:00:09:02:24:0a:4D:61:63:20:48:44:5F:4E:42:53:00:00:00:0:02:1b:53:68:61:72:65:64:49:6D:61:67:65:73:00:4E:65:74:42:6F:6F:74:20:48:44:2E:69:6D:67
#option mac-apps-img
'235=ac:11:00:09:02:24:0a:4D:61:63:20:48:44:5F:4E:42:53:00:00:00:00:02:20:53:68:61:72:65:64:49:6D:61:67:65:73:00:41:70:70:6C:69:63:61:74:69:6F:6E:73:20:48:44:2E:69:6D:67

#Following sections are client specific entries/options
#You need to specify IP Adress only. Other options are optional.
#More option Names can be copied from DHCP-OPTIONS to clients.
#For BOOTP requests, these only options would be sent.
#For DHCP requests. Missing Options will be supplimented from
#first [DHCP-RANGE] options (if IP falls in any range), other Missing
#options will be supplemented from [DHCP-OPTIONS]

#[00:41:42:41:42:05]
#This is a client with MAC addr 00:41:42:41:42:05
#IP_Addr=192.168.0.211
#DHCP will offer following hostname to this client
'HostName=TestHost
#For example, you can specify DNS Servers, Routers separately for this client
'DNS_Server=10.5.6.90
'DNS_Server=11.4.5.6
'Router=11.5.6.7
'Router=4.6.7.34
'NETBIOS_Node_Type=8
#For non BOOPT requests, Missing Options will be supplimented from first [DHCP-RANGE]
#options (if IP falls in any range) and other missing would be added from [DHCP-OPTIONS].

#[00:41:42:41:42:00]
#This is a client with MAC addr 00:41:42:41:42:00
#IP_Addr=192.168.0.200
#No other options specified for this client
#For non BOOPT requests, Missing Options will be supplimented from first [DHCP-RANGE]
#options, If IP falls in any range. and other missing would be added from [DHCP-OPTIONS].

#[00:ff:a4:0e:ef:d5]
#this is an example for MacOsX network boot, client specific options
#for client having MAC addr 00:ff:a4:0e:ef:d5
#IP_Addr=10.10.0.12
#you can omit the comments, these are for guidance only
#Next Server (TFTP Boot Server) and Boot File can be different for this client
'Boot_File=pxelinux.0
'Boot_File_Size=255
'Root_Path=/
'Extension_Path=/linux/
'Next_Server=192.168.0.1
#option mac-nc-client-unknown
'220=00:00:00:00
#option mac-nc-client-id
'221=4D:61:63:20:4E:43:20:23:38
#option mac-username
'232=61:63:68:61:6C
#option mac-password
'233=4D:61:63:20:4E:43:20:23:31:
#option mac-machine-name
'237=4D:61:63:20:4E:43:20:23:31
#option mac-client-nb-img
'238=ac:11:00:09:02:24:0a:4D:61:63:20:48:04:5F:4E:42:53:00:00:00:00:02:27:43:6C:69:65:6E:74:49:6D:61:67:65:73:00:4D:61:63:20:4E:43:20:23:31:0a:4E:65:74:42:6F:6F:74:20:48:44:2E:69:6D:67:5F:73


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