On Behalf Of Svein Halvor Halvorsen
>Daniel Bye wrote:
>> On Fri, Oct 24, 2008 at 11:43:32AM +0200, Svein Halvor Halvorsen
>>> I'm not sure if this is an issue with my dhcp server or the client,
>>> since I seem to get troubles with two different clients, I'm
thinking it 
>>> might be the server:
> The dhcp server has netmask /23, and are also handing out this netmask

> to clients.
> I have lots of clients running FreeBSD, Windows and OS X not 
> complaining. I do however, have one OS X client that's been constantly

> complaining, and recently also an Archlinux machine. It used to work
> the Linux client up until recently.
> It might be the client, in which case I should probably ask some 
> Lunux-folks, but since one of the apples also have a problem, I
> I might be the server.
> Can I diagnose this any further?

Set up Wireshark to capture the UDP packets. Compare a successful
assignment with the unsuccessful variations. See which side stops
responding in each conversation and troubleshoot that end. There may be
some clues in the event log on MS-Windows or the syslog files on OS-X.

Bob McConnell
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