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Re: dhcp broken on 192.168.0 side

On 31/08/15 11:53, Wolfgang Schweer wrote:
On Mon, Aug 31, 2015 at 11:10:14AM +0200, Simon Oosthoek wrote:

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 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.

Using the stock LDM login for diskless workstations a user's homedir is
mounted via sshfs. Maybe you've changed /opt/ltsp/i386/lts.conf to use
KDM instead of LDM? Then more configuration is needed. Please see the

Also, route -n should report (which by default is tjener)
as router for Iceweasel will use squid on tjener by default.

hi Wolfgang

the only modification I made to lts.conf is a config for a printer attached to a thin client/workstation on the 192.168 network, which works now.

The default route to isn't present on a diskless workstation on the 192.168.0/24 network, so that is probably the broken bit.
With a default gateway, finding is most likely no problem...
(I'm unable to get root on the diskless workstation, so I've no way of adding the route myself to test this)

What options are there to fix the default route in dhcp? Can I do this in gosa?



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