dnsmasq on Fedora 15 install not receiving DHCP requests
I have a fresh Fedora 15 install where I have enabeled dnsmasq. It works fine for DNS, but does not seem to be receiving incoming DHCP requests from clients.
I have put SElinux in permissive mode to be safe.
/var/log/messages give the following when dnsmasq starts at boot:
Obviously there are no other DHCP servers on the network and there are no firewalls or similar between the client(s) and the new Fedora dhcp-server.
The dnsmasq.conf is as follows:
I have an old Slackware box sitting next to the new Fedora server, and when I enable dnsmasq with the exact same config on the Slackware box it works like a charm with DHCP. However, when that box is disconnected from the network, the Fedora box is rebooted just to be safe, and the clietns are rebooted, they still don't get an IP address from Fedora's dnsmasq DHCP server.
Any insight would be greatly appreciated!
Have you tried stopping your firewall to see if you need to open a port (68?)
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