dhcp1 at thehobsons.co.uk
Fri Mar 19 15:38:53 UTC 2010
kalyan Alle wrote:
>The DHCPNAK is sent by the windows DHCP server configured but my
>device with ISC dhcp-4.1.0 is unable to send the DHCPNAK.
>Plz suggest if this is the expected behaviour or not.
I'm not sure you have your device configured as a DHCP server properly.
>On Fri, Mar 19, 2010 at 3:20 PM, kalyan Alle
><<mailto:kalyan.alle at gmail.com>kalyan.alle at gmail.com> wrote:
>I have got the issue with the setup as below
> 1) DUT(SU)(DHCP Server)----Ethernet0-----Win XP PC (DHCP Client)
169.254.0.0/16 is reserved as a link local self assigned address
block. All sort of odd things may happen if you use that. It's
entirely possible that the test client is self-assigning itself and
address rather than getting it from your test server - that would be
the case if the server wasn't actually running.
If the server wasn't running, then you'd see no DHCP-Nack from it.
Do you see any logging from your test server ?
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