> On 6 Nov 2018, at 20:44, Simon Kelley <si...@thekelleys.org.uk> wrote:
> Look at the tags on the first and second DHCPDISCOVERs. The first one is
> in "known" and the second is "known-othernet".
> "known" means that the host has a dhcp-host or similar configuration
> which provides an address, and the address in in scope for the network
> it's talking from. "known-othernet" means the same, but the the address
> is NOT in scope.
> That probably explains the DHCPNAK too.
> The question is "what's changed". difficult to tell. Maybe the netmask
> on the interface?

Thanks Simon.  I noticed the ‘othernet’ tag but didn’t quite understand why it 
would be applied.  Have asked person affected for more clues :-)


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