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Re: ssh problems



Hello,

I read your mail more carefully this time!

On Fri, 16 Mar 2007, Francesco Pietra wrote:
> It worked beautifully for a week. At a new boot today
> the 32bit machine had taken the former IP address of
> the 64bit machine, and viceversa.

On Sat, 10 Mar 2007, Francesco Pietra wrote:
> Surprisingly, after an initial period where the i386 took any one
> of the two internal IP addresses (indipendently which machine was
> started first), now the two machines behave as if they had a static
> address (it is dhcp). I have not investigated the Zyxel router, it
> is as if it had a memory or a register, or he likes me.

It seems to me that the DHCP address is assigned by the Zyxel Router.
In that case, you can go to the Web interface of that router and
configure the DHCP address to be assigned based on the MAC address of
the machine that connects. That way the assignment becomes
effectively static.

I hope this helps since I still do not fully grasp what your network
"topology" is.

Regards,

Kapil.
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