default bridge ifcfg-ltspbr0 address

rmcdaniel at rmcdaniel at
Thu Oct 30 21:16:03 UTC 2008

I brought the whole box down and then back up.  When I login to the
actual server it authenticates ok.  It only has problems when it is
coming from a thin client.  I am going to try a different subnet
tomorrow and see if it works.  I want to rule out and IP address
conflicts.  Where is the lts.conf file located???

Thanks for the information and help,


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: default bridge ifcfg-ltspbr0 address
From: Warren Togami <wtogami at>
Date: Thu, October 30, 2008 3:57 pm
To: Development discussion of K12Linux <k12linux-devel-list at>

rmcdaniel at wrote:
> One is disabled. In our environment, I want the server to be the
> primary DHCP server and also serve thin clients located in different
> parts of the school. I took out the bridge interface to see if it made
> a difference. Authentication still failed. If I leave everything in
> the default setting, authentication works fine. What gets affected with
> the IP change that has to do with authentication?
> Thanks,
> Ron

Did you try restarting the sshd service?

I cannot think of anything that cares about what network a login comes


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