It seems like when dhclient runs on eth0 I get an IPv4 address from the DHCP server and a Scope:Link IPv6 address attached to eth0: inet6 addr: fe80::a00:27ff:fed0:4d41/64 Scope:Link But I can't ...
I have eth0, eth1. For each interface run dhclient on default port 546 (547 ?). eth1 does not have connection to the network. If dhclient for eth0 bounds before dhclient eth2 starts the eth0 gets IP. ...
This is for fault tolerance in a client/server app. The business says that when the network is unavailable, the app must still run. And it will, provided it doesn't lose it's IP address. The problem ...
I am doing a "dhclient" on one of the network interface which is in UP state. There is no DHCP server running in the network on which this node is present. So the questions are Will dhclient try to ...