Adding network interfaces that aren't dhcp-managed
I would like to add a network interface to hosts which will we get a statically assigned IP address.
This ip address will currently added to the dhcp config, the interface boots via PXE that should (in my case) not be.
#4 Updated by Marek Hulán over 4 years ago
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If I understand the issue, you want Foreman to create DHCP/DNS records for IP you manually put there but you don't want it to configure TFTP. I think this is already possible, you can just remove TFTP proxy association on your subnet. If you don't want Foreman to automatically suggest IP (communicating with the subnet DHCP) you can set different IPAM mode (to None or Internal DB for which autosuggestion still works but based on Foreman DB only).
If I misread it and you don't want Foreman to create any records, just keep the IP, then you can uncheck "managed" flag which tells Foreman not to create any record in external service.
Does this solve your issue? If not, please explain again.