Please excuse my newbieness when it comes to Linux, but I'll get right to the point.
What I would like: Home network with my Redhat Linux 7.3 box as the server. Handing out IPs to my other computers and sharing the internet connection obtained from my cable modem.
Where I'm at now:
eth0 = NIC that obtains an IP from my cable modem
eth1 = NIC that should hand out ips through dhcp
I have successfully set up my eth0 network card to accept dhcp ips from my cable provider, so i'm online!
Previously (before the internet conneciton was present), I successfully got my Linux box to hand out IPs to my other computers
THE BAD PART NOW:
Now that I have the internet connection up, when i try to start DHCP so other computers can get an IP address, I get this msg:
"No subnet declaration for eth0" It then tells me to add eth0 to my dhcpd.conf.
What do syntax do I need to add eth0 to my dhcpd.conf ? Remember, eth0 gets it's IP address from my cable modem... not eth1 that hands out IPs to my other computers...
Sorry for long post! Thanks a ton in advance!!