Reconfig of dhcp.conf
carnold at electrichendrix.com
Thu Nov 26 13:47:55 UTC 2009
On 11/26/09 8:15 AM, "Glenn Satchell" wrote:
> Based on your network diagram, the dhcp server is directly attached to
> the two subnets. Therefore no dhcp traffic goes through the firewall,
> so no firewall config is required.
This is what I thought
> So you need to debug this.
> See that you can ping the interfaces on the router. Make sure you have
> the interfaces on the dhcp server plugged into the right networks.
Duho! Problem solved. Plugged into the wrong network, 192.168.123
switch/network (it is a wonder to me that anything worked).
I thank you all for your patience with me and all your help!!
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