fedora will not access dhcp server to get IP

Robert Marcano robert at marcanoonline.com
Tue Nov 25 12:28:36 UTC 2003

On Mon, 2003-11-24 at 22:07, Trevor Smith wrote:
> On Mon, 24 Nov 2003 15:51:32 -0400, Robert Marcano wrote:
> >One internet provider on my country requires a change on the MTU in
> >order to be able to connect (they provide a WLL based service), many
> >linux users were able to connect on windows but not on linux because
> >they provided a Windows only setup utility that changed the MTU value
> >without the user intervention. Try setting the MTU value on linux with
> >the same value that Windows has
> >From what I can gather, Win2K does not have any MTU setting. I cant
> find one anyway, and the google searches I did report that there is a
> way to set an MTU with Win2k, but it involves actually adding a
> registry entry since none exists by default.
> So sure there must be some MTU setting built in but its not visible,
> so I cant figure out what it is nor transfer it to linux. :-(

Try the utility DRTCP019.exe mentioned in
http://www.mipunto.com/telcelnet/sd/lan_banda.html (spanish). I have not
tried it because i am not using it services

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