DHCP issue…no internet unless given static assignment
Currently running 2.4.0-BETA (amd64) built on Mon May 29 17:12:34 CDT 2017
This issue has persisted since updating to 2.4.0 BETA.
I can have machines DHCP an address without issue, but unless I give them a static assignment, they are unable to access the internet. The clients will get all information, DHCP address, gateway, mask, DNS, etc….but can't ping anything, can't route anywhere.
I can give that MAC address a static IP and everything works.
Raul Ramos last edited by
Can you please put your DHCP server config?
And how wold that make any sense at all?? Unless your handing them the wrong info via dhcp.. Post up your clients static info, and then your dhcp info..
Yeah sounds like their getting either a bad DNS or DG address. Have you tried to ping an IP address on the internet instead of a FQDN to rule out DNS?
Or someone enabled the 'Enable Static ARP entries' box?
It was the static entries box. I read that as if the DHCP server was disabled, those would be the only working entries.
I disabled that box and it works as it should now. Good call. Thanks for the help.