Networking :: DHCP Setup For Development Board Connection On Fedora10?
Mar 16, 2011
I'm still fairly new to Linux so please forgive me if my description of my problem leaves out important information. My problem is centered around using a AT91SAM9G45 development board (DB)on Fedora 10. I have directions on how to setup on my host machine a DHCP server to connect to the development board. I have installed an additional network card (eth1) that will be used exclusively to communicate with my DB.
The DB has been setup with an ethaddr=12:34:56:78:9a:bc and an ipaddr=192.168.251.191.
The following is info from ifconfig for eth1:
eth1 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:0A:5E:1A:46:1C
inet addr:192.168.251.190 Bcast:192.168.251.255 Mask:255.255.255.0
inet6 addr: fe80::20a:5eff:fe1a:461c/64 Scope:Link
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
RX packets:38 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
I have a similar problem. My ubuntu box is set up as a dhcp router for my Xbox360, my xbox can get ip and DNS information from the computer, but it doesn't seem to get the right info. The ip address it gets assigned is out of the range I've set in etc/dhcp3/dhcpd.conf.
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I decided to forgo my router's DHCP capabilites and try to make a random computer at my home take on the job.
First of all here's my network topology:
I have a cable modem hooked up to eth0 on my linux box, and this is where my internet comes from and works fine.
I also have another ethernet, eth1, which is connected to a wireless router in bridge mode. My end goal is to have my linux box sit between my internal network and the outside world. Thus it will need to act as a DHCP server, a NAT and as a firewall. Right now I'm just focused on the DHCP part.
Here is a copy of my dhcpd.conf file:
My /etc/sysconfig/dhcpd file has:
However the issue is that it is still listening on eth0. and not issuing any leases on my internal network.
What I think is happening is that it's not recognizing the 10.0.1.x subnet because my router is issuing leases on the 169.254.193.x, even though I put it on bridge mode. But I could be totally off mark.
Also running tcpdump on eth1, I can see requests coming in for dhcp, but my server isn't responding to them.
I am having several boxex with centos on it. No pb. I have recently setup a new box with centos 5.4 and I am not able to get the network working on it when configuring a static ip.I've configured eth0 and dns using "setup": unsuccessfulI've used the network config GUI: unsuccessfulAnd it is working very well when I let the dhcp getting the setting.I need a static IP.Here is the getinfo output when static ip setup, and below it, the getinfo for dhcp setting
== BEGIN uname -rmi == 2.6.18-194.3.1.el5 i686 i386 == END uname -rmi ==
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I have tried unplugging the modem and restaring my computer.I think that there is some sort of connection because when I open up Network tools it shows that I am continually receiving packets. As soon as I unplug the ethernet wire I stop receiving packets. For some reason I just can't open web pages.I also tryed typing 'sudo ifconfig' and 'sudo dhclient' in a terminal. I don't fully understand what this means but I saw it in another forum.
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I have router and wireless card Linksys. Driver are installed correctly for wireless card.
Using WifiRadar I can see the access point is detected.
DHCP woks perfectly for wired lan.
However when I try to connect to the detected access point the ip addres is never retrieved and the connection never established.
I tried most of he basic instructions posted on ubuntu forums, but the problem doesn't seem to be with basic configuration: driver, essid, wep key, etc..
The problem seems to be with DHCP not able to retrieve an IP address from the DHCP server of the router. Of course the router works file with other laptops (windows based) that have wireless card.
I also tried the Network Connections setup part of ubuntu. That one shows the access point by its essid name in the list of wireless network, but when I try to connect it takes sometime and eventually asks for the wep key, which I provide and then it times out and keep asking it. The same wep key works for other pcs. Can't figure it out. I am using ubuntu 9.10.
Some more details are the following:
1) Here the output from the log file: /var/log/wifi-radar.log
Of course it is set ... and dhcp client works for wired lan anyway.
2) diego@mysuperlaptop:/var/run$ sudo iwlist wlan0 scan [sudo] password for diego:
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According to the guidelines provided by my Internet provider I need to use TCP/IP and activate DHCP. And make sure that PPPoE is not activated.
I see nowhere I can do this in Dreamlinux. In the controle panel i can run Wicd. Then I can chose to de-activate Wicd - this gives me an option of entering Adress, Networking mask, Gatway and Nameserver - for static ip it says - and this is the opposit of DHCP, right??
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