[K12OSN] (no subject)

Ramon ramonklown at pop.com.br
Wed Jan 12 18:13:15 UTC 2005

try to see if there are already any dhcpd running at the switch or hub or whatever.

on fedora: /sbin/service dhcpd restart

if an error comes up probaly you need to change where your dhcpd is running to
other ports or the other way around.


> lanaam ahosipenapetalon wrote:
>> I am setting up a thin client and i have workstation and a server. I
>> have configured everything and have a boot rom for my network card and
>> it will not detect the dhcp server. What settings should i change to
>> fix this?
> Tell us more about your thin client.  What kind of NIC?  Also, is your
> server running firewall software?  Is dhcpd running?
> One way you can test things is to try DHCP with a known working thick
> client.  I typically use my laptop (running GNU/Linux, of course) to do
> this.
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