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Re: Impressive GOsa start and log in waiting times

>>> Another question: Why is it that my thin clients are getting ip
>>> addresses from the 10.0.x.x-Pool? I thought they are part of the
> 192.168.x.x-Pool.
>> It's all about connecting devices like shown in the manual:
>> https://wiki.debian.org/DebianEdu/Documentation/Stretch/Architecture#Network
>>> Fact is that I did the installation with only one network card
>>> available
>>> (onboard network card). Was that a mistake?
>> No, it doesn't matter.
>> If your onboard card now shows up as eth1, connect it to the LTSP client
>> switch and conncet the second card (eth0) to the
>> one.
> Hi Wolfgang,
> My statement is also based on the same manual, which is saying that the
> thin clients are getting ip?s from the 192.168.x.x-pool and not from the
> 10.0.x.x-pool as it is happening in my setup. Am I getting this right?
> Anyway, I added the network card again and did the connections exactly as
> you suggested and I can see significant changes:

- The client selection menu, where a user can choose from thin client,
diskless workstation, installs, etc. does not show anymore. Instead all
users are directed toward the diskless workstation.
- All diskless workstations are getting ip?s from the 192.168.x.x-pool.
- Pinging to the router on works incl. internet (except dns).

Correction: I later rebooted the server and the login issue did not occur
anymore. I have therefore removed this non-related item from the list
above. Sorry for confusing you.

Kind regards,

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