Jasvinder S. Bahra wrote:
I tried adding the interface line to the dhclient configuration file (and
then rebooting), but it had no effect. Entering the "sockstat -l4" command
showed that local address was still "*:68".
"man dhclient" suggests that the interface needs to be specified on the
command line. Try adding:
...to /etc/rc.conf, and double-check that you already have that interface
configured to use DHCP while you're there. :-)
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