Bug 8882

Summary: eth1 DHCP IP missing
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: kaber
Component: pumpAssignee: Erik Troan <ewt>
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Description kaber 2000-01-26 01:42:18 UTC
I'm running a clean RH 6.1 install, and attempting to configure two NICs,
using DHCP for both.  eth0 comes up OK; eth1 has no IP (as shown by
'ifconfig').  Using 'pump -s' shows valid IPs for both NICs, obtained from
our DHCP server (Windows NT).  'ifconfig' shows zero error counts, and
shows both RX and TX counts for both NICs.  If I set up a host route for
eth1 and ping that host, ping shows the source IP as 0.0.0.0.

I've used two NIC setups so far: two 3Com 3c509Bs, or one 3c509B plus an
SMC Ultra (all ISA cards).  In either case I get no startup errors and the
drivers seem to be running OK.

If I give eth1 a static IP, 'ifconfig' shows all is well.

Comment 1 Erik Troan 2000-02-23 20:54:59 UTC
fixed in pump 0.7.8, available from ftp://people.redhat.com/ewt/pump*