Re: How to configure Dynamic IP's in my linux server
Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2005 04:24:50 GMT
On Mon, 14 Nov 2005 07:29:43 -0800, amit.tania wrote:
> I have a DSL connection and IP's change. How do I configure linux to set
> IP's in its system when they change. In Windows it takes the public IP
> automatically. How do I do it in linux?
You basically install some DHCP client. At the time of installation, the
the setup should have asked if you want to enable dynamic ip addresses.
If you are using SUSE there must be a option in YAST. If you are using
Mandriva then see MCC, for Fedora see Network Config Tool.
Hope this helps.
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