[syslinux] Client machine cannot acquire the IP from dhcp server
g.esp at free.fr
Thu Jun 14 23:17:27 PDT 2007
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From: "Eric Zhang" <maillistbox at 126.com>
To: "For discussion of SYSLINUX and tftp-hpa" <syslinux at zytor.com>
Sent: Friday, June 15, 2007 7:22 AM
Subject: [syslinux] Client machine cannot acquire the IP from dhcp server
> Hi, syslinux:
> I use pxelinux to install Linux from network. Currently, my problem
> The first time, the client machine can acquire the IP address from
> dhcp server but at the second time, the client machine cannot acquire
> the IP again.
> The only way is to remove the /var/lib/dhcp/dhcpd.leases file in
> server and restart the dhcpd service. Then the client machine can get
> the IP again. That means if I want to boot the client machine from
> network again, I should manully remove the leases file and restart the
> dhcp service.
> I have tried to run dhcp like this: dhcpd -d, it will print out some
> debug info, I found the first time the client machine sent a
> DHCPDISCOVER msg and server responsed the DHCPOFFER, then the client
> sent a DHCPREQUEST and the server reponsed DHCPACK. But the second time,
> the dhcpd didn't print anything out?! Why?
Wich dhcp server version?
What time duration for lease renewal is defined?
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