Get IP adress for WAN from DHCP

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  • #40698

    nirklars
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    I can get DHCP on LAN to work, assign static IP:s on LAN, forwarding, but I just can’t receive any IP address from my ISP:s DHCP using ZeroShell!!

    EDIT: I tried to let it run for 3 hours clicking refresh but nothing happened automatically and the lease was ready to pass to another MAC address.

    How do I do it? On other routers it was just to click “renew IP adress from WAN” or something like that. I can only find options to add Static IP:s. Is it even possible to receive it automatically from the WAN DHCP? I can’t find any kind of explanation for this in any documentation.

    Please help! This is a spreadsheet of my home network:
    The (??.??.??.??) is where i want to receive an IP automatically.

    ISP WAN (by modem)
    |
    Server with 2 network cards (ETH00, ETH01)
    ETH00: Server WAN (??.??.??.??)
    ETH01: Server LAN (192.168.0.1)
    |
    5 port Switch
    |
    Computers (192.168.0.100 – 192.168.0.200)

    Please help, this is getting me pull out my hair.

    #45624

    Dr-D
    Member

    add this to the start up script (menu->setup tab->startup)

    dhclient ETH00

    so you will get:


    # Startup Script
    dhclient ETH00

    do not forget to enable it (on the check box)

    #45625

    msromike
    Member

    Is there a way to release and renew a DHCP assigned IP address on a specific interface without a reboot?

    #45626

    paul3112
    Member

    could this not be done from a ssh shell ifconfig ETH?? down

    http://linux.die.net/man/8/ifconfig

    paul

    #45627

    paul3112
    Member

    Now you have me thinking. IF the wan is dynamic ( dyndns is active) the script to reset the ip needs to be run. This as i understand it only happens at re/boot. mmm just thinking in type

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