DHCP failure SUSE 9.3/10.1
I have had a running system without any problems using DHCP (SUSE 9.3, 64bit). I recently moved to the US (from the Netherlands), brought the computer and turned it back on when I got there. Actually I had two computers, one laptop running Centos and the Desktop running SUSE 9.3. The latter gave me problems, the former is running fine (including DHCP). Everything seems to work just fine except that during the update I ran after I got here (it was a while since I had done that since it had been shipped for about four weeks) the connection broke, and it wouldn't reconnect. Initially it would reconnect but would get disconnected after a few minutes of using the connection. Now it will not connect anymore. Like I said, the laptop works fine so I really think it has something to do with SUSE.
Since I was worried that it maybe caused by the breaking of the update operation I decided to do a DVD upgrade to 10.1 (which I had planned alread for a while and this my opportunity). This made me happy for several reasons (not relevant to this thread though) but the problem with the DHCP persisted. Can anybody shed some light on this issue?