[Dnsmasq-discuss] DHCP: different IPs for same same MAC
skoehler at upb.de
Sun May 4 19:00:04 BST 2008
here's the leases file from a currently running dnsmasq installation:
86400 00:12:f0:a1:81:7d 10.1.2.233 bert 01:00:12:f0:a1:81:7d
86400 00:12:f0:a1:81:7d 10.1.2.22 *
How can that be? Same MAC-addresses, but different IPs?
Well, if i boot Linux on this comuter, it get's the 10.1.2.22.
If i boot Windows, then it get's the 10.1.2.233. Why is that?
(BTW: if i delete the leases file, restart dnsmasq, and boot windows
first, then windows get's the 22 and linux get's the 233).
dnsmasq's DHCP is driving me crazy.
I want my computer to get the same IP, no matter what OS.
BTW: my dnsmasq.conf looks like this:
dhcp-option=121 , 10.1.1.0/24,10.1.2.2 , 0.0.0.0/0,10.1.2.2
dhcp-option=249 , 10.1.1.0/24,10.1.2.2 , 0.0.0.0/0,10.1.2.2
dhcp-host=00:00:F0:7A:14:04 , 10.1.2.21 #bert
dhcp-host=00:12:F0:A1:81:7D , 10.1.2.22 #bert-wlan
Any idea's, how to solve that?
Note, that there's a reservation for the computer that occurs twice in
the leases file above. That makes it even stranger, that Windows gets an
IP different from the one Linux gets.
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