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Jan
14
comment Why unconnected network card periodically sends DHCP requests?
Added a networking scheme to clarify the situation
Jan
14
revised Why unconnected network card periodically sends DHCP requests?
networking scheme
Jan
14
comment Why unconnected network card periodically sends DHCP requests?
The link eth1 is the router-side wire from 1Gb card at windows machine to the router. Windows machine sends dhcp requests of other (unconnected) cards to the router through this wire. Links is down once the windows machine was shut down.
Jan
14
revised Why unconnected network card periodically sends DHCP requests?
logs
Jan
14
comment Why unconnected network card periodically sends DHCP requests?
Not the case, see the logs update
Jan
14
revised Why unconnected network card periodically sends DHCP requests?
logs
Jan
14
asked Why unconnected network card periodically sends DHCP requests?
Jan
14
comment How to setup the DHCP server?
Your device haven't agreed a physical connection on a cable connecting the device and the server, as it reported in the device log. Nothing can happen on a higher levels (TCP, DHCP) before the physical level is ok.
Oct
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
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awarded  Self-Learner
Feb
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awarded  Supporter
May
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awarded  Teacher
Apr
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accepted A program similar to iperf that uses “uncompressable” blocks of data to properly test the connection with compression
Apr
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answered A program similar to iperf that uses “uncompressable” blocks of data to properly test the connection with compression
Mar
31
asked A program similar to iperf that uses “uncompressable” blocks of data to properly test the connection with compression
Mar
20
comment Out of memory Problem
Idea is that we're now making a fortune-telling. Provide a compact example that exploits the problem, so we can at least confirm the same behavior.
Mar
5
awarded  Tumbleweed
Mar
4
comment What is the simplest way to confirm or to disprove that Virtual Box virtual machines support GRE protocol
Oh, I got the netmask. What was the routes?
Mar
4
comment What is the simplest way to confirm or to disprove that Virtual Box virtual machines support GRE protocol
Only if your 'ifconfig gre0 create' guessed automatically what peer addresses you meant to use. By the way, what was the netmask and route table of your VMs setup? Are you sure that ping was not using the internal network interfaces to reach the client instead of the p-t-p tunnel?
Mar
4
accepted What is the simplest way to confirm or to disprove that Virtual Box virtual machines support GRE protocol