hi guys, does any one encounter this problem. Win vista unable to detect a dhcp ip, but if manually configure the IP settings able to connect to internet.
any ideas why unable to detect dhcp ip? thank you.
on 03/05/2010 – Made popular on 03/05/2010
I'm trying out 12.10 on a USB stick before installing it on my laptop. Unable to get wifi to connect though - the problem is dhcp. The dhcp client simply times out.
If I enter a static IP I'm able to ping my wireless router, even connect to it over http - but unable to connect outside despite using the same settings as in Windows.
Any suggestions on what logs to look at?
I'm unable to setup dhcp server for the IP address range 192.168.6.xxx.
The dhcp server is running on the server ::192.168.1.1 Mask:255.255.248.0
Dhcp server is working perfectly when I configure for 192.168.1.xxx range
But actually I don't need this.because my plan is as shown below :
Internet centre:192.168.1.xxx (static ip)
I'm installing SCCM2012. The issue is that I dont know if I have to configure anything in DHCP in order to detect sccm by clients.Do we need need to change anythings in DHCP like when we use WDS???
IF the answer is negative so second question : How client could install OS .in another word how they detect where is os when their os has crashed.
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 sending a DHCP discovery packet and checking the MAC address of the DHCP server, although this is limited to discovering the DHCP server only.
I want to connect my Nintendo DS (does not support WPA or Ad-Hoc) to the internet, but i can't just change the encryption from WPA to WEP every time i do so, so i connected my pc via ethernet cable to the router and now want to create a wireless network that the ds can use.
I have followed the tutorial on this site by Web-E, but when i want to connect to the network my ds says that it cannot optai
I have been running the isc-dhcp-server fine for quite a while. A few days back after an update, it fails to start. I found a few more people reporting similar problems but that was from 2009. I was unable to find the logs of the isc-dhcp-server process either.