dhclient on solaris 10

jason at monsterjam.org jason at monsterjam.org
Wed Aug 23 22:54:14 UTC 2006

ok, im a mo-ron, the subnet mask is correct.. nothing is wrong. ;)
eri1: flags=1100843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,ROUTER,IPv4> mtu 1500 index 3
        inet netmask fffffc00 
im my defense, I was up late last night configuring this..


On Wed, Aug 23, 2006 at 01:05:50PM -0700, Ted Lemon wrote:
> That's very weird.   I don't *think* this would be related, but have  
> you disabled the built-in solaris DHCP client?   Also, with that  
> subnet mask, your IP address and the router's IP address are actually  
> on the same subnet, so it's not an error.   My only conjecture here is  
> that your subnet mask is being set incorrectly on the interface for  
> some reason.   Can you do an ifconfig on the interface after  
> configuring with dhclient and see if the subnet mask matches what  
> you're seeing in your lease?

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