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check DHCP ranges vs configured interfaces subnets

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Status: New Idea

Add some check that puts up some indication when a DHCP-range is larger than any interfaces subnet on the router.

 

For example: an interface has a 192.168.10.0/24 and a range is setup to 192.168.10.0/22, if the router could address the admin that it probably could cause problems for users and that the admin could either choose to correct it or to not be adressed about the addressed issue again.

 

It's maybe a trivial thing but fairly easy to make the misstake to extend the dhcp range but not the subnet on an interface.