1. Linux ppp server, remote IP given by DHCP server?
I'm setting up a linux ppp server. So far, I've had pppd supply
a fixed IP address to the remote machine (running Win95), and everything's
been hunky-dory. Now I'd like to make use of our local DHCP server (an NT
server, if that makes any difference) to generate an IP address. How do
I do this?
So far I've tried telling the Win95 machine to use DHCP to get its
IP address, and taken out the n.n.n.n:n.n.n.n line from my .ppprc file. When
I try to connect, the Win95 machine generates a message saying that it
failed to negotiate a network connection with the server.
Here's my current .ppprc:
What else do I need? By the way, I'm running pppd 2.2.0e and linux kernel
version 1.3.71, with IP forwarding and PPP support enabled in the kernel.
All suggestions appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
Bryan Wright |"If you take cranberries and stew them like
Physics Department | applesauce, they taste much more like prunes
University of Virginia | than rhubarb does." -- Groucho
Charlottesville, VA 22901 |
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