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    iridiu
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    Hi, I have a problem with DHCP server, receiving wrong network error:

    00:24:46 DHCPDISCOVER from b8:98:f7:42:26:79 (android-316ce5c9fcd6728) via ETH00
    00:24:46 DHCPOFFER on 10.110.100.144 to b8:98:f7:42:26:79 (android-316ce5c9fcd6728) via ETH00
    00:24:51 DHCPREQUEST for 192.168.1.4 (192.168.1.1) from b8:98:f7:42:26:79 via ETH00: wrong network.
    00:24:51 DHCPNAK on 192.168.1.4 to b8:98:f7:42:26:79 via ETH00
    00:26:46 DHCPREQUEST for 192.168.1.4 from b8:98:f7:42:26:79 via ETH00: wrong network.
    00:26:46 DHCPNAK on 192.168.1.4 to b8:98:f7:42:26:79 via ETH00
    00:26:48 DHCPDISCOVER from b8:98:f7:42:26:79 (android-316ce5c9fcd6728) via ETH00
    00:26:48 DHCPREQUEST for 192.168.1.4 (192.168.1.1) from b8:98:f7:42:26:79 via ETH00: wrong network.
    00:26:48 DHCPNAK on 192.168.1.4 to b8:98:f7:42:26:79 via ETH00
    00:26:49 DHCPOFFER on 10.110.100.144 to b8:98:f7:42:26:79 (android-316ce5c9fcd6728) via ETH00

    I have no others DHCP servers in my network and only one subnet (10.110.100.0/24). I don’t know from where subnet (192.168.1.0) appears.
    The problems started with version 3 of Zeroshell and sometimes everything is working with no errors for days and sometimes I receive this error but only for one DHCP client at a time.

    #53784

    iridiu
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    It seems that my source of problem was a Netis WF2710, which was setup as a transparent bridge in the network and it has an embedded DHCP server with no possibility to stop it in static ip configuration. Next step was to cofigure it with dynamic ip address and the “wrong network” error disappeared.

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