[Dnsmasq-discuss] bridged interface gets wrong ip

Daniel Mierswa impulze at impulze.org
Wed Jan 2 02:41:33 GMT 2008

On 30.12.2007 21:30, Simon Kelley:
> My guess is that the immediate solution to your problem is this:
> stop dnsmasq, the  edit the file and remove the line with,
> then restart dnsmasq - you host will then get the correct address.
> In the longer term, you should try and find out how the DHCP client it
> creating client-ids, and try and make them stable.
> Cheers,
> Simon.
Thanks a lot, static ids did the trick. I would've never thought of that.
And to all the dnsmasq users, happy new year! :)

Mierswa, Daniel

If you still don't like it, that's ok: that's why I'm boss. I simply
know better than you do.
               --- Linus Torvalds, comp.os.linux.advocacy, 1996/07/22

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