Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) allows computers on the same network to automatically obtain a unique IP address.

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windows equivalent of wifi hotspot for lan

Is it possible in windows to create the equivalent of a "wifi hotspot", but for LAN instead - i.e. have the computer (with mobile 4g card for internet) share its internet connection with a LAN device? ...
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how to set a dhcp clientid via netctl via dhcpcd

I'm trying to set a string as dhcp clientid in a netctl profile. Here is what I tried so far: Interface=eth0 Connection=ethernet IP=dhcp #DHCPClient=(dhcpcd 'clientid="string"') #DHCPClient=(dhcpcd ...
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Special type of DMZ?

So I have a standard modem-router setup all great to go, my Modem gives an IP Address from my provider via DHCP according to my Mac address. All is good. However, I now want to expose a new virtual ...
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Can't find my router in bridge mode

I got a new router that supports WDS to extend the reach of another router that supports WDS. After a fair bit of struggle, it works, but I have to disable DHCP in the new router for WDS to work, and ...
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How can I add additional search domains to the resolv.conf created by dhclient in CentOS

When my CentOS virtual machine boots it uses DHCP to get an IP address. It also overwrites resolv.conf with the DNS settings provided by the DHCP server. The DHCP server doesn't supply any search ...
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Which clients accept DHCP option 42 to configure their NTP servers? [closed]

From what I can tell based on observations of my own OS X 10.8.5 machine, and the information in "Windows clients not using NTP server provided via DHCP," neither OS X nor Windows 7 are able to ...
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Understanding DHCP discovery specific subnet

I am learning networking and in class we are talking about DHCP. I understand that when a host just joins a network it does not have an ip yet so it sends out a dicovery message. we are using ...
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DHCP Reservation vs Static IP address

So after browsing some websites, some people are telling me that static IP address is the best. But others say the DHCP Reservation is just as good if not the same. So what is better? Or are they ...
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How do I gracefully fall back to AutoIP when there is no DHCP service available?

I am developing an embedded device based on Linux and Busybox, and trying to make it adaptable to different network configurations. I want to: 1- At boot time, if there is no DHCP reply, use an ...
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How to skip pushing the default gateway via DHCP in OpenWRT?

I have a router with OpenWRT that I want to resolve IP addressing with DHCP without setting a default gateway. I have added a DHCP-Option parameter with value 3,0.0.0.0 that is supposed to set the ...
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DHCP REQUEST is getting no response

I am new to dhcp world. I have a device with dhcp client which does not acquired ip address some times. When i started analyzing the dhcp frames through Wireshark i get following two types of frames. ...
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Using dnsmasq with NetworkManager

It was well known that NetworkManager does not play well with dnsmasq (ref: here). I've skimmed throught the lengthy discussion here but still not sure what the recommended way to deal with the ...
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Troubleshooting DHCP relay

I have a home network with two routers connected through LAN. The main router is connected to the Internet. I've had connection issues with WIFI clients walking through the house as the client ...
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Disconnect other users from DHCP client list

When I log in to my modem webpage I can see lot of employees are connected to WiFi network. This is okay. I have full access to the system and i want to disconnect the particular employee from the ...
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Can't add static lease from inside DHCP range in pfSense

When trying to add my computer to static lease, I get the following error I don't understand the reason for this. If I would want to assign IP from outside DHCP range, I would assign it statically ...
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How to force DNS for specific clients?

I'm running Shibby's Tomato firmware on my ASUS RT-N66U. What I'm trying to do is force OpenDNS IP's for certain clients (i.e. my kids) based on MAC address, while other clients get the router's ...
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Arch Linux - DHCP - Can someone diagnose this?

Arch Linux Wifi Connection Issues I am currently in the process of trying to install Arch i686 on an Acer Aspire One 532h (32 bit). At this point I am still in the LiveCD environment and setting up ...
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Can't acess WinXP from Win7 on domain

I have a Windows 7 computer and I can't access any windows xp machine using their computer name directly. eg. \\co01 but I am able to access them using the IP address e.g. \\192.168.0.55 So I need to ...
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How can I fix this conflict between my wired and wireless network connections?

I have two working network connections: One connection is for a wired ethernet card adapter and the other is for a wireless usb adapter. Both connections work fine when used separately, but when ...
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Linux not resolving linux hostnames but does resolve windows hostnames

I have a network of computers, mainly Windows machines on a windows domain. I have 2 Linux machines, which are connected to the network and get their IP's via DHCP from the Windows 2003 server. My ...
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Can a DHCP router with MAC address whitelist be hacked with a VM?

I locked down my whole network’s MAC addresses so that only CPU’s on the whitelist can get an IP from the AirPort Extreme DHCP server and router. Well, guess what. A Mavericks VM with a completely ...
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Will disabling NAT on my wireless router cause a performance hit on my DSL router?

I have a Thomson TG508v2 router/modem and a brand new AirPort Extreme connected to it. At first, I set the AirPort Extreme to "share a public IP", which enables DHCP/NAT. Everything works great but I ...
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How can I determine the IP addresses allocated by DHCP on a router that I'm connected to?

This "router" is not a typical situation. I'm using my phone as a hotspot and can only configure a select number of DHCP options. I can manage the limit on how many devices/clients can use my phone ...
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What causes my desktop computer to lose its internet connection on a wired LAN?

Please help! I am at my wits end. I am by no means a techy, but I feel I am intelligent enough to read these forums and follow directions, but I digress... My issue, I have a very simple home network ...
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How can I override comcast's wonky DNS settings in the router resolv.conf?

Whenever I connect my laptop to my Xfinity router (TC8305C), it writes wonky settings into my resolv.conf. Rather than completely hard-codinging the settings on my laptop, can I override the settings ...
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Cannot reach the computer in WAN

I wanted to split the internet connection in my room. And my brother also wanted a better wifi accessability. So we bought a router (NETGEAR JWNR2010v5). All we wanted works great, good wifi. I have ...
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Running DHCP for ipv4 and ipv6 on different servers in the same network

I have a network where ipv4 addresses are assigned via DHCP on the router. The router, however, is capable of routing ipv6 but does not support ipv6 DHCP. Would running 2 DHCP servers (one for ipv4 ...
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How do I create a DHCP server, with a router that doesn't allow me to disable DHCP?

I have an Actiontec V1000H Modem/Router from my ISP Telus, they have blocked access to all their 'advanced' settings like DHCP/Bridging. I have setup a MAAS server I have a few things I'd like it to ...
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How to create a DHCP server at home

I'm running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS on my server I have at home (just an old computer) I installed MAAS and I have a few netbook images I'm trying to boot, I have created a node in maas, but when I boot my ...
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2 dhcp server with one pool

I want to know if there is an option to have two DHCP servers with one pool. The reason for this unorthodox setup is, I have two router in remote locations on the same LAN (10.0.0.0) And sometimes, ...
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Why does “sudo ifconfig eth0 down” followed by “sudo ifconfig eth0 up” stop dhcp?

I am playing around in Ubuntu 12.04 trying to learn about networking. I learned that you can delete a network interface by running sudo ifconfig name_of_network_interface down However, when I do ...
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Server 2008 VPN isn't working, DHCP coming from a different source

Alright, I have a Windows 2008 server running. It serves up DNS but not DHCP. I want to have VPN running on it, and my understanding is that you can do this as long as you set the DHCP relay server ...
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Difference between configuring DHCP and starting service

On http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee441263(v=ws.10).aspx, it says to configure and start DHCP on server core, do the following: At a command prompt, type: sc config dhcpserver start= ...
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Why can't my router connect to Internet?

I have UPC internet connection (chello.pl). My router is D-Link DIR-300. When I use provided modem to connect to the internet there is no problem. When I try to do it via router, I can't get a ...
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PC does not get ip address from router using wired connection

I have an ASUS WL-520GU wireless router with four LAN ports. When my laptop is running Windows 7, and I make a wired connection from the laptop to the router, the laptop does not get an IP address. ...
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Ubuntu getting wrong hostname from DHCP

When provisioning new Ubuntu Precise (12.04) servers, the hostname they're getting seems to be generated from the DNS search path, not a reverse lookup on the hostname. Take the following ...
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No internet connection when connected via wi-fi, but fine via ethernet (DD-WRT)

I just bought a new router and installed DD-WRT on it. When I connect to the router via wi-fi, I cannot get an outside internet connection (and in fact, can not connect to the router admin interface ...
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Zyxel P660H-D1 Bridge without Default Gateway (N/A)

can someone help me? i have a configuration from old Modems, and i wanna configure new one, as same. The Config must be so: Bridging! WAN Information - DSL Mode: NORMAL - IP Address: N/A - IP ...
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Network interface/dhcp problems ubuntu with kvm and network bridge

I have a ubuntu system running 12.10 I am using KVM and have configured a bridge for the virtual machines, which is using nat forwarding. I am having problems with the connection dropping out ...
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Two IPv4 adapters in same PC on same network valid?

Is it valid to have two network adapters on the same PC have the same network portion in their IPv4 address? If not why is my DHCP server doing so and how should I setup my DHCP server to have it ...
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Why can't I get an IP address when switching access points until I reset the DHCP server

I read the article How can I get the same SSID for multiple access points? which is exactly how I set up my network. My main router with built in wifi, functions as DHCP server, then I have 2 ...
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2 routers, both DHCP, no IP assigned

I can't get DHCP to assign IP to my wireless devices. My network config is as follows: Nanostation5 Linksys WRT350N, which is connected with Nanostation via its INTERNET port. Nanostation: LAN ...
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Dilemma about how my wireless devices obtain IP address

Currently in my network there are 7 wireless outdoor equipment and 1 switch . This switch act as backbone switch for my network as internet supply from ISP is connected to this switch. Through this ...
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PC Laptop not grabbing a DHCP address from Apple Time Capsule

All of the Macs on my network are acquiring a DHCP IP address via Wi_Fi just fine. Multiple PC laptops are not obtaining a DHCP IP address from the Wi-Fi network. They do successfully join the Wi-Fi ...
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Is IPV6 blocking my DHCP on Fedora?

I’m running Fedora 20 with KDE on a laptop I use for work. When I’m at home I use DHCP and when at work I have to statically assign an IP. When I came home the other day for some reason it doesn’t ...
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Linux NetworkManager not writing resolv.conf or running dhclient

I'm on a ubuntu based linux distro (linaro) running xfce. My networkmanager connects to wireless access points, but is unable to do two things: dynamically acquire a nameserver, and write a dynamic ...
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Strange Item on DHCP Client Table

I was recently having internet connection issues and looked on my router's DHCP Client Table. An item that stuck out was the name of my neighbor's WiFi Network. The table listed "Neighbor's WiFi ...
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How to force Windows 7 to ask for a “fresh” IP address from DHCP server?

I'm troubleshooting a certain issue with my DHCP configuration, and need my Windows machine to ask for a "fresh" IP address, so I can see which address DHCP server gives by default. When I do ...
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Ethernet connection shows unidentified network with no internet access

For years I've used a physical Ethernet connection for my internet access, then a few days ago it went down and said it was an unidentified network with no internet access. I dug out a wifi card and ...
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How to detect the presence of network devices without assigning an IP address

I want to be able to detect if a certain device with a given MAC address is on the network, without requiring that the testing device's interface has an IP address at all. One way I could do it is by ...