[Dnsmasq-discuss] ARP ignores DHCP ACKs !
nikitan at operamail.com
Tue Dec 24 19:49:59 GMT 2013
Hi Simon :)
No, absolutely all happens after a nice shots of repeated DHCP reqs and
ACKs.. I dumped a mess of traces here, Ill verify again, but anyway Im
pretty sure about that.. as I said, the client "seems" to use the ip,
but then it gives up..
If can be useful, that happens only when client is Windows7.. when
client is Linux, Win Xp or Vista, all goes nice.. im still trying more
scenarios, but Im sure about that: im stuck on Win7..
On Tue, Dec 24, 2013, at 11:22 AM, Simon Kelley wrote:
> On 24/12/13 12:35, Nikita N. wrote:
> > Hi :) Im having a strange issue here with DHCP/ARP I cant solve..
> > DHCP works good, it receives a REQ from client MAC asking the preferred
> > ip, e.g. 192.168.0.10, and DHCP answers correctly ACK..
> > But after that, my client keeps asking the following ARP requests to
> > broadcast: "Who has 192.168.0.10? Tell 0.0.0.0" .. it expects the answer
> > like "192.168.0.10 is at XX.XX.XX.XX.XX", where XX is the client MAC..
> > but it never comes :(
> Are you sure about the order of these events? Most DHCP clients will
> check that the address they've been offered is not in use by anonther
> machine before accepting it, and they do that by sending ICMP echo
> requests. To send the echo request, the client's kernel will need to
> send ARP requests and that probably what you are seeing.
> I'd expect to see the client sending these ARPs _afer_ the DHCPOFFER and
> before the DHCPREQUEST.
> > those ARP frames are generated by the client (source=XX) and never
> > receive any answer..
> > on the opposite, when the client sends ARPs requesting the GW (Who has
> > 192.168.0.1?) the ARP responses come correctly pointing to the correct
> > GW MAC..
> > It looks like dnsmasq does NOT inform the system ARP about the client ip
> > it just ACKed, resulting always in connection error/absent ..
> > So, my question is, how can I instruct dnsmasq to inform the system ARP
> > with the new client MAC/ip, after DHCP sent correctly the ACK?
> > Thanks :)
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