On Sunday 30 November 2003 01:30 am, you wrote:
> On Sat, Nov 29, 2003 at 03:07:27PM +0000, Brett L. Brown wrote:
> > I'm running FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE on a Dell Latitude c600. The laptop is
> > continuously powered on. When I close my laptop I lose my dhcp lease. I
> > would prefer the behavior of not ever loosing my dhcp lease when I close
> > my screen. If I can't have this what is a quick way to request another
> > lease without having to loose my login session or rebooting. Currently I
> > have to leave my screen open or if my wife closes it for me I have to
> > reboot. :(
> >
> > brett
>
> That depend what you using for a DHCP server. If you use isc-dhcpd then

I am using an SMC 8Port Barricade Router as a DHCP server. Is this ok?

I was wondering if my Wireless Access Point configuration settings might have 
something to do with this. I have powersavingmode=off but powersleepmode=100 
is set and I'm wondering if this is the culprit. I havn't figured out how to 
reinitialize powersleepmode and I'm not sure if I should increase are 
decrease the setting.

> you can configure it to bind an IP to your MAC address. I can't give you
> an example. I think one exist in in the manual. You could also just use
> a static IP as an alternitive.

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