Re: ip changed when the system is running
You mean some command can add to /etc/dhclient-script, such as firestarter? Is there anyway to make the lease time longer? I hope that when my box is running, the ip address doesn't change at all.
Thanks a lot!
On Sun, Sep 25, 2005 at 04:40:43PM -0400, John covici wrote:
> When you use dhcp, this is possible when the lease is up. There is
> always a script that can be executed when this happens -- see the
> documentation for your dhcp client and then you can run your programs
> and everything will be OK.
> on Monday 09/26/2005 Xiaoyang Gu(email@example.com) wrote
> > hi
> > I have a little pain problem. It is about the ip address. My debian box got an ip from the DHCP server when booting the system. But some time later, maybe ten hours, the ip address changed automaticlly. I didn't shutdown or reboot my computer, or plug out the cable ... I don't know why. But other computers using M$'s Windows don't have this problem, their ip address never changed when the power is on.
> > When ip changed, I need to run a auth client again, so that my box can get outgoing connections. So when the problem accurs, all the program related with network may lost their connections. It sometimes makes me crazy!
> > Any suggestions? Thanks for help!
> > xiaoyang
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