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Very odd situation I'm having trying to configure DHCP on Solaris 8. Look at the following transcript: # dhcpconfig -D -r SUNWfiles -p /var/dhcp Created DHCP configuration file. Created dhcptab. Added "Locale" macro to dhcptab. Added server macro to dhcptab - testnet01. DHCP server started. # dhcpconfig -U -x Unconfigure will stop the DHCP service and remove the DHCP configuration file. Are you SURE you want to unconfigure the DHCP service? ([Y]/N): y DHCP server shutdown. Deleted the server macro from dhcptab. dhcpconfig: Error - deleting table for network 164.11.0.0. Table for 164.11.0.0 does n ot exist. Deleted the dhcptab. ...

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    Default DHCP problem?

    Very odd situation I'm having trying to configure DHCP on Solaris 8. Look at
    the following transcript:

    # dhcpconfig -D -r SUNWfiles -p /var/dhcp
    Created DHCP configuration file.
    Created dhcptab.
    Added "Locale" macro to dhcptab.
    Added server macro to dhcptab - testnet01.
    DHCP server started.
    # dhcpconfig -U -x
    Unconfigure will stop the DHCP service and remove the DHCP configuration
    file.
    Are you SURE you want to unconfigure the DHCP service? ([Y]/N): y
    DHCP server shutdown.
    Deleted the server macro from dhcptab.
    dhcpconfig: Error - deleting table for network 164.11.0.0. Table for
    164.11.0.0 does n
    ot exist.
    Deleted the dhcptab.
    Deleted the DHCP configuration file.
    #

    Given that I specify no options when I do the initial configuration of DHCP,
    where is the "164.11.0.0" table coming from? As you can see from the output
    above, it's there but I can't delete it because it's not there ??

    (164.11.0.0 is my IP address range BTW)

    Iain


    Iain Firkins Guest

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    Default Re: DHCP problem?

    Iain Firkins wrote:
    ....
    >
    > Given that I specify no options when I do the initial configuration of DHCP,
    > where is the "164.11.0.0" table coming from? As you can see from the output
    > above, it's there but I can't delete it because it's not there ??
    >
    Agreed, it's very strange; if you want to send me some info on what versions
    we're talking about, the output of pntadm -L just before you run the dhcpconfig
    -U and so on I can try to reproduce, but I can't make this happen at present,
    anyway.

    Dave

    Dave Miner Guest

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