Re: dhcp broken on 192.168.0 side
On 31/08/15 12:50, Wolfgang Schweer wrote:
On Mon, Aug 31, 2015 at 12:40:30PM +0200, Simon Oosthoek wrote:
As this was a tjener config moved from a physical host to a vm, I
still have the original image. Can I use this in some way to find out
You could use ldapvi to look up the LDAP data base in both cases, see
It is possible to set up LDAP from scratch, but you will loose all user
and system data contained in LDAP, so this isn't recommended.
I think I found the problem, look:
root@tjener:~# host ltspserver00.subnet00
Host ltspserver00.subnet00.intern not found: 2(SERVFAIL)
root@tjener:~# host 192.168.0.254
254.0.168.192.in-addr.arpa domain name pointer ltspserver00.subnet00.intern.
The relevant part in ldap looks like:
dhcpOption: routers ltspserver00.subnet00
dhcpOption: domain-name "intern subnet00.intern"
dhcpOption: subnet-mask 255.255.255.0
dhcpOption: broadcast-address 192.168.0.255
dhcpOption: root-path "/opt/ltsp/i386"
dhcpOption: ntp-servers ntp
dhcpOption: wpad-url "http://wpad/wpad.dat"
dhcpOption: smtp-server postoffice
dhcpOption: domain-name-servers 10.0.2.2
dhcpStatements: default-lease-time 432000
dhcpStatements: max-lease-time 432000
dhcpStatements: filename "/var/lib/tftpboot/ltsp/i386/pxelinux.0"
dhcpStatements: next-server ltspserver00.subnet00
dhcpStatements: allow unknown-clients
dhcpStatements: allow bootp
dhcpStatements: allow booting
So with the routers option, the ipnumber cannot be found and it is
empty/left out and the clients are without a default route!
Now to figure out why the dns entry for ltspserver00.subnet00 got
lost... and more importantly, how to get it back.
The logs say:
ldap2bind: Reloading the zone 'subnet00.intern.' failed: rndc: 'reload'
failed: bad dotted quad\n
The terminal with the printer got a name and somehow the entry got
messed up :-(
I'm sure I can fix it now...