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Ive tried the command line suggested by Dynamicduke, with the changes suggested by Prevesio. Absolutely nothing happened. Then i Tried the /dhcp command(2. suggestion by previsio) And i get an ...
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- 02-24-2010 #11
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Okay. It broke down again. Tryed the dhcpcd eth1 command, it replies that it is all ready running. I then changed my FW settings to auto, and changed dhcp settings to dhcp + zeroconf and back to only dhcp. then it worked fine.
There at to aspects in this problem. 2: dhcp doesn't call for ip adress. 1: Network looses ip adress.
Why doesn't dhcp call for ip?