Whenever I've encounter that problem I add a line to dhclient.conf with
a dhcp IP address
send dhcp-requested-address 192.168.10.215;
On 26/03/2019 17:41, Torbjorn Jansson wrote:
On 2019-03-23 11:53, Jeffrey Walton wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 23, 2019 at 6:38 AM Peter Robinson <pbrobinson(a)gmail.com>
>>> Hi Everyone,
>>> What component should receive the bug report for the IP address
>>> changes on armv7 and aarch64?
>> Could you explain the problem a little more? The "IP address changes"
>> is way too generic to begin to know. Please explain the problem your
>> seeing, what device(s) you're seeing it on, whether it's WiFi or Wired
>> (or some other interface). The kernel and release would also be
>> useful, is it a regression or is this the first time you've used
>> Fedora on the devices(s).
> Thanks Peter. Already filed at
my first question is not related to fedora but why is your dhcp server
handing out new ip addresses all the time?
if i were you i would start with troubleshooting the dhcp server and
possibly also check fire walling rules to make sure your not blocking
parts of dhcp traffic like the renewals that is supposed to happen
when the lease is halfway to expiring.
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