Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol; allows computers on the same network to automatically obtain unique IP addresses and other network configuration parameters.

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BOOTP packets blocked while DHCP packkets are accepted

We have an IP system that makes use of BOOTP for updating our embedded devices over IP. The main app uses DHCP for its IP configuration. Our devices are usually on the network of the customer, the ...
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Arch Linux Install Cannot Enable dhcpd

I am trying to setup internet with arch linux. I just installed it using parallels and got the following error: [root@singularity ~]# systemctl enable dhcpd.service Failed to issue method call: No ...
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dhclient “Can't bind to dhcp address” error

I keep getting the following error message from dhclient upon starting of the Network Manager: Can't bind to dhcp address: Cannot assign requested address. Please make sure there is no other ...
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IP reservation valid beyond DHCP

In my home network, can I reserve a certain IP to a specific device, preventing that it can be assigned to other devices? Usually routers allow IP reservation on DHCP, but if someone changes the ...
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Why won't my DHCP addresses “stick”?

I've been having some addressing issues that I've been unable to solve, and I'm hoping I can get some guidance about other things to research. Service provider is Time Warner cable. A static IP is ...
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Bridge two router

I have two router, i want to extend my wifi i have an tp-link AC1750 Router who are directly connected to my cable modem (192.168.11.1) it's ssid is: main_router, dhcp is enabled i have an tp-link ...
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Log IP address obtained by DHCP Server-Ubuntu Desktop

Would there be a way I could write a script that records the dhcp IP's that the computer running Ubuntu obtains everytime it obtains a new IP?
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From my 192.168 box, how do I find 10.0 virtual machine on the same box?

I am running Ubuntu 12.04 and VirtualBox 4.1.12. I have created a Debian server under VirtualBox. For reasons I don't understand, DHCP grants my Ubuntu box 192.168.20.50 and my Debian VM 10.0.2.15. ...
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How to get bridge internet connection to wlan0 from eth0?

I have hostapd and dnsmasq installed for distributing my wireless network with a WiFi dongle, and everything is working well. I am also able to connect an ethernet cable and get DHCP, plus internet ...
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Easy: Why does `network` command keep looking for an old router?

What am I missing in this manual dhcp configuration? I'm using CentOS 6. From Redhat's page I've setup a manual configured dhcp client: The /etc/sysconfig/network file should contain the ...
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Show pc with static IP on dynamic IP router

I have a router with dynamic DHCP where I created some fixed addresses for some things I want to use with dyndns. The problem is, that I have a pc/server which does not support DHCP/dynamic IP, so I ...
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Does Cisco 831 Router need to dynamically serve IP to use Cisco Router Web Setup?

I'm trying to get this $5 Cisco 831 Router up. I've managed to tty into the hardware setup. This launched System configuration dialog (I used this link's same setup). Since the unit didn't have a ...
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DNS and DHCP on different machines

I have a router (Vodafone easy box) which doesn't seem to support local DNS. Now i want to set up my own DNS server on another machine, but still want to use DHCP. So I want to setup my DNS server to ...
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Detect network clients connect and disconnect

I have a linux gateway/server, which sharing PPPoE internet connection between network users. Seeking for a proper way to detect when network clients are connected to and disconnected from the ...
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My domain name is doubled in dns on my centos 6.5 vm guest. server.mydomain.com.mydomain.com

my centos guest is set up as follows. It gets its IP address from DHCP. [marathon@server ~]$ domainname mydomain.com [marathon@server ~]$ hostname server [marathon@server ~]$ more ...
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Behavior of DHCP-client

This is a question about the Internet protocol standards. The DCHP-client (dhcpcd-5.2.10 from Android 4.x) initializes an interface The DHCP-client sends a DHCPDISCOVER message DHCP-server sends a ...
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How to configure AirPort Extreme as the DHCP/DNS/NAT server where DSL modem/router does them?

I have an AirPort Extreme BS and a modem/router (ISP's NetMaster). I want to host my own websites from my Mac Mini with OS X Server. At the moment, ISP's router is the DHCP/DNS/NAT server, and AirPort ...
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Windows 8 running Hyper V containing Windows XP with no connectivity

I've followed all the steps for setting up a VM and did it correctly. The VM started, i installed windows and added a virtual switch(external) with the virtual switch manager. I then added a legacy ...
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Reproducible DHCP Addreses

I have a microcontroller based device with a bootloader and an application. The device has one Ethernet adapter. The bootloader uses IP/UDP to flash the application image. The application has a full ...
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Which server is selected by the client if it receives Offer from 2 DHCP servers at a time?

Which server's IP address is selected if the client receives the Offer from 2 DHCP servers (on different subnet) at a time? I searched Google and the answer I got is: which Offer comes first will be ...
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Using custom-defined IP address vs DHCP on Different Networks

On Mac OSX, is it possible to let the computer obtain a specific IP address (192.168.1.123) on wireless network #1, and let DHCP assign it a dynamic IP address on all other wireless entworks?
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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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Using 2 wireless networks, 1 DHCP with internet, 1 using static IP without internet

I have 2 networks at home, 1 is for our home wireless internet,etc which uses DHCP and my other one is for my home automation (PLC's, etc.). I am wanting to use another wireless router without ...
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Windows 7 computer not renewing ip address on start up unless I reset computer

I recently reinstalled Windows 7, and I noticed that I do not automatically receive an IP address when I start up the computer. When I reset, it makes it get an IP address, and I can surf like ...
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In OS X, how can I prepend 127.0.0.1 to the list of DNS servers obtained through DHCP?

I am trying to use dnsmasq to resolve certain known domains using its configuration, but let the rest of the requests go through to the normal DNS server assigned by DHCP. I cannot get this to work. ...
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Add a static IP alias to a DHCP interface on Windows 8

I have a Windows 8 machine that has only a single Ethernet port. It needs to use DHCP and also needs a static IP. Each IP is in a different subnet, and each serves a different, incompatible purpose. ...
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Sharing Internet connection across LAN

For the life of me, I can't figure this out. I had it working once in my network, but never after that. I have two machines A (Win7-x64) and B (WinXP-x86), connected through TP-Link's TL-MR3420 ...
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Every time I ping one of my Ubuntu VMs from another VM I get a different IP resolved.. how could this be?

Every time I ping one of my VMs from another VM by hostname I get a different IP address resolved for it... Both VMs are Ubuntu 12.04 running on VMware Workstation 10. All VMs are running with ...
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Can't connect to server when router is unplugged

So I have a network here where all computers are connected to a switch, including a local server. The router is connected to the switch which supplies the internet. It is also the DHCP server. Does it ...
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DDWRT: Is it possible to define the same ip for two different Mac-Addresses?

Is it Possible to configure ddwrt in such a way, that the dhcp server leases the same static ip (in my case 192.168.2.1) and hostnames for two different mac-adresses? I have ethernet and wifi in my ...
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how to access two subnet in one NIC?

I am wondering if it is possible to use one network card to access two subnet in windows. I need to access a (LAN) local ip 192.168.0.5/255.255.255.0 and WAN with DHCP. I google that someone suggests ...
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Can't get IP on Windows 7 after (even more) extensive troubleshooting

I posted here a while back about a problem pulling an IP from my router's DHCP on a Windows 7 machine. Since posting that message, I've taken even more drastic steps, but I still can't pull and ...
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TP-Link router sometimes fails to negotiate proper IP address

I'm trying to fix the WiFi connection of a family member. They get their internet from a cable modem. The modem is connected to a device that looks like a small Ethernet switch. This switch is ...
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Unidentified network on windows 8 pc when hard wired to Airport extreme

I have a weird problem which not been able to resolve as of yet. Okay so let me explain, I have recently had fibre optic installed, and I decided to use a new Airport Extreme (instead of the router ...
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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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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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Two VirtualBox VMs running in parallel assigned same IP

I had one VM in my VirtualBox and wanted to use it as a template/image so I cloned it. Then I launched both the original and the clone simultaneously (to simulate a server cluster for something I was ...
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How can I find out IP adresses of DHCP clients when I setup internet connection sharing with Network Manager (Linux)?

I sometimes configure routers with my laptop and use connection sharing with Network manager and so my laptop acts as DHCP server. I then need to connect (via ssh usually) to the servers that are DHCP ...
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How to set up a VM gateway/DHCP and virtual network in CentOS KVM?

Today I have a working setup where the physical host runs W2k3. It has 2 physical NIC's. It runs Vmware server and I have a ClearOS VM installed acting as a FW/DHCP/DNS for both the host and all the ...
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Forcing resolver to OpenDNS's servers

I'm trying to configure Debian as a router/gateway on my network with eth0 going to my ISP's modem and eth1 to my LAN. eth0 needs DHCP so that it gets the proper IP address from my ISP modem, but in ...
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IP Conflicts via DHCP on Home Network & Multiple Router Setup

I currently have a Netgear ADSL modem/router connected to the telephone master socket, which has DHCP enabled. I then have a wired connection to an Apple Time Capsule in Bridge Mode, which is a ...
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How to retain a unique IP on a client with a static IP in a DHCP subnet?

When I say DHCP subnet I mean that the clients are intended to receive their network configuration via DHCP, not statically. Let's observe the following situation: I set up an IP address ...
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Does NAT Map to the MAC Address, or to the Local IP?

I would like to set up NAT to put a service on internet using my Technicolor TG 582 router. I mention the specific router model just to have a reference, but the question goes in general as I may ...
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My computer does not use DCHP, it only uses default adress? No network access

Recently one of my computer's network connection stopped to work. When I did an ipconfig I saw that the NIC was using the IP address outside the range of my DCHP server, something like ...
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why does my network disconnects from internet every couple of hours?

I have a broadband that here you can see its details. It provides wireless and also I got two more routers that use them as access points. DHCP is disabled on them and these two routers work are set ...
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How do I assign a static IP address to an ICS client?

I have Internet Connection Sharing enabled on a Windows computer that's hosting the Internet connection. I have manually assigned what IP address to be used with the DHCP service on the host by ...
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How can I know the DHCP settings offered by a server?

I want to debug a router that is giving strange DHCP settings, but I don't know how to check it without having to make my system take all the configurations. Isn't there a utility that returns all ...
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Can't get IP on Windows 7 after extensive troubleshooting

My Windows 7 system is not able to pull an IP from my router's DHCP. This just started a few days ago, and I've done quite a bit of troubleshooting. Here's what I've tried in roughly chronological ...
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DDNS in BIND9 with custom records

I have BIND9 and DHCP configured to communicate with each other for providing DDNS in my network but I need to also setup custom records as some machines need to respond to more than one hostname. ...
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DHCP and 169.xxx.xxx.xxx [duplicate]

I have been seeing this a lot at work and at home. At home, a single device will not obtain an IP from the DHCP so it self assigns an IP in the 169.xxx.xxx.xxx range. If I put in a static IP it works ...