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    SubjectRe: Entire LAN goes boo with 2.5.64
    > On Fri, 7 Mar 2003, Anders Widman wrote:
    >>Yes, you might be right. WinRoute is running as DCHP for the network,
    >>and the problems do start as soon as Linux tries to lease an IP...
    >>hm..

    > If you are using DHCP, it is critical that every machine have a correctly
    > set clock (see also: xntpd) Otherwise, the client may see the lease expire
    > before it requested it. (what happens in such a case varies with the software
    > and version.)

    Yes, but everything works very good with 2.4.x kernels (all I have
    tested so far). So the problems comes with 2.5.64.. And, there is not
    much network traffic either when this happens...

    > --Ricky






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