[brluglist] Unannounced Cox network changes...??
johnahebert at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 21 08:44:07 CST 2002
Check your logs. I had a similar problem with DHCP on
OpenBSD to eatel.net, and used my logs to show
eatel.net that the problem was on their end.
--- "Banker, Craig" <CMBanker at stupp.com> wrote:
> I dunno.... Like I said, cable was working fine over
> here on both sides, now
> dhcp is failing on the linux side only. Note that
> this is the SAME machine
> running win98/mandrake8.0....
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nat Bayles [mailto:webmaster at lanss.com]
> Sent: Thursday, March 21, 2002 12:02 AM
> To: brluglist at brlug.net
> Subject: Re: [brluglist] Unannounced Cox network
> Linux seems to be running fine on cable here (didn't
> want to say cox,
> because it just didn't sound right...) But I also
> have a router in between
> me and it....
> Could be something about their DHCP and your flavor
> linux.... Who knows
> these daze...
> CMB wrote:
> OK folks, do you know what's up? I have a dual boot
> system that uses cox
> internet service. They're network configurations
> were essentially the same
> and were the cox reccommended settings (for
> windoze). I've had both
> systems ticking along nicely, until tonight. The
> Linux networking is down
> over here while windows is up. I can only guess
> that an unnannounced
> configuration change has occurred... Anybody knows
> what gives ? Thanks,
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