Dhcp server does not start
Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2005 14:01:30 +0200
I have a problem with dhcp server. I use SUSE 9.1 and want to setup a
gateway machine for my private network. There are two network interfaces
attached to the machine. Eth0 is connected with the internet via a
router and eth1 is connected with the private network. I use
SUSEFirewall2 on that machine. I try to setup a dhcp server. When I
check the configuration file with "rcdhcpd check-syntax" There is no
error message but I can't start the dhcp server with "rcdhcp start".
There is the message "No subnet declaration for eth1 (192.168.2.1)
Ignoring requests on eth1. If this is not what, please write a subnet
declaration in your dhcpd.conf for the network segment for which
interface eth1 is attached. Not configured to listen to any interfaces!"
What do I have to write into the dhcp.conf file?
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