I have a dhcp (and dns) server running on a centos/linux pc, which is the only dhcp server on my network. I have two wireless routers - a Netgear DG834G, and a Netgear DGND3700. The DGND3700 is also the ADSL Router so it is specified as the gateway in the
dhcpd.conf. The DG384G is being used as just a wireless access point.
The problem is that devices connected to the DGND3700 (ADSL router) can't get an IP, while Wired devices and devices connected to the DG384G (2nd Access Point) can. What I see in the logs in the centos pc is that clients send a
DHCPDISCOVER and the server responds with a
DHCPOFFER, and this keeps repeating. I don't see any
Is there something I have to configure somewhere to allow dhcp requests through the router?