dhcp broken on 192.168.0 side
we've noticed a problem, since we started to seriously try to use
diskless workstation mode (we used thin client mode earlier due to
network performance problems).
DHCP seems to be broken somehow on the ltsp side.
The DLW (diskless workstation) has 10.0.2.2 as nameserver in
/etc/resolv.conf, but the network 10/8 isn't known in the routing table.
/sbin/route -n reports only 192.168.0/24, which is the network on the
ethernet interface of course.
As a result, homedir isn't mounted, the proxy can't be reached and of
course no browsing whatsoever is possible.
I'd expect dhcp to provide a default gateway and the nameserver at the
192.168.0 address of the tjener. As dhcp is configured via ldap, and I'm
no ldap guru :-(, I don't know how to fix this. Can someone give me a
hint or solution?
The reason we need diskless workstations (the terminals are actually
core2duo's with 4G, so very fat clients), is that the children often
watch a show (hetklokhuis.nl->afleveringen) and they need more graphics
performance (and flash!). Getting flash on the diskless workstation is
another matter, but I can only start working on that when the browser
can get to the site...