On Fri, Oct 17, 2003 at 02:20:12AM -0700, [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: > I have a Belkin 802.11g router (model F5D-7230-4) and my freebsd 4.7 server > connected to it. Everything was working fine, but I moved and changed > ISPs. I'm not aware of anything that has changed in the configuration on > the server since I moved. > > I have the router setup for DHCP and I'm having a heck of a time getting my > server to obtain an IP "properly". > > In /etc/rc.conf there is: > > ifconfig_fxp0="DHCP" > > When I try: > > /sbin/dhclient fxp0 > > it gets an actual IP address, but it keeps getting multiple IPs from the > router over and over again. It tells me each IP address, subnet, gateway, > etc as it gets them, but if I let it go on, it will keep getting them > forever. (e.g it obtains 192.168.1.3, 192.168.1.4, and so on). > > Looking at the DHCP client list on the router, shows indeed that these IPs > have been assigned, but mysteriously the MAC addresses are all listed as > "00:00:00:00:00:00". > > After this infinite IP obtaining goes on for awhile, I do a hard break > (CTRL+C) to end it. I do an "ifconfig" and it shows that is either has the > first IP it obtained or the last one (it varies over the times I've > repeated this). However, it really is not connected to the network at all, > and i can't do anythign with the server. > > I tried a google search on this without any luck.... anyone have any advice > or tips? What's the output of
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