Jasvinder S. Bahra wrote:
Is there a way of instructing dhclient to listen only on the cable-modem
facing network interface?
I don't find it necessary to run dhclient as a daemon. My server has two
interfaces, one wired and one wifi. In my /etc/rc.conf:
[You might recognise ndis as the Project Evil driver for using Windows
network drivers under BSD.]
When the netstart script runs, those two lines have the effect of
starting wpa_supplicant on ndis0, and running dhclient on both interfaces.
Supposing I temporarily assign a static IP to fxp0, I can revert to DHCP
$ sudo dhclient fxp0
which does some DHCP magic and gets a lease.
If I take ndis0 down I find I have to run /etc/netstart again to get it
back up, but you didn't want to know that.
Adam J Richardson
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