DHCP Server Configuration Problem
dophancamthach at yahoo.co.uk
Thu May 29 13:57:08 UTC 2008
I have found dhcp-client or dhcp-common (even they are not in /etc/default), but there is no dhcp-server.
DO Phan Cam Thach
email: dophancamthach at yahoo.co.uk
----- Original Message ----
From: Claus Holm Christensen <iscdhcp at claushc.dk>
To: dhcp-users at isc.org
Sent: Thursday, 29 May, 2008 3:39:21 PM
Subject: Re: DHCP Server Configuration Problem
DÔ Phan-Cam-Thach skrev:
> when i started DHCP server by using: dhcpd start, there was a notice:
> "not configured to listen on any interface". I think this affect the
> resultat. But i'm not sure and i dont know how to resolve this problem.
You wrote that you are running an Ubuntu, and I'm assuming that you have
installed their default dhcp3-server package by now.
Then you need to look at the file "/etc/default/dhcp3-server", where you
need to specify which interface the server should listen to. Most often,
that should be "eth0", but check with the command "/sbin/ifconfig" to
see which interfaces are available on your system.
Claus Holm Christensen
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