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Old 06-25-2004, 05:09 AM   #1
laoddien
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DHCP - Release/renew


Hi guys,

Sorry to bother you with this silly question.
I am a newbie to Linux, I've installed Fedora_1 on a box and chose it to be a DHCP server but set it to receive IP automatically from another DHCP server at work. It seems to work Ok at work till I bring it home on my cable network and it's all stuffed up. Everytime it starts up, it goes looking for the DHCP server I have at work and I don't know how to reconfigure it to point to the one I have at home.

Any idea will be much appreciated.

Thanks,
LD.
 
  


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