[K12OSN] The ltsp-client doesn't have a default gateway!

Patrick Fleming k12ltsp at rwcinc.net
Mon Jul 6 15:13:24 UTC 2009

Odin Nøsen wrote:
>> The TC will receive from the dhcp server whatever you have entered as
>> the default gateway. The line that reads:
>> option routers;
> No, it doesn't. From the dhcpd.conf:
>     subnet netmask {
>         option subnet-mask;
>         option broadcast-address;
>         option routers    ;
>     }
> And the TC doesn't get as defalt GW. It did in K12Linux F9 and F10, but not
> in F11.
> I have a dhcpd-setup with 6 subnets and a HP2824-switch (192.168.x.1) that routes these
> 6 subnets. The dhcpd-server sits in the 192.168.1.x-subnet.

Which machines are you trying to get pointed to the internet? eg
192.168.1.x. Each subnet needs to know its own next hop gateway.
>From what you have above I would expect that a machine getting
192.168.4.x would point to as the gateway. Is this not
what's happening? What IP is the TC getting with this configuration?
My office setup is: TCs get 192.168.1.x. The server is,
their gateway is (the internal NIC of the firewall box)

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