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|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] dhcp renewal
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From: Brooklyn Linux Solutions CEO
Subject: Re: [hangout] dhcp renewal
In-Reply-To: <20011207023627.727f9e73.jwb235-at-nyu.edu> from Jon Bober at "Dec
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> Often, the only reason that I turn off and restart my computer is for purposes of dhcp renewal. I have RCN service, and it will occasionally go down for a time, and DHCP information will not be renewed automatically by my computer. I know that in Windows I can solve this problem by running winipcfg, and I am looking for an equivalent in Linux. dhcpcd run manually will work in setting up an ip address, but that is it. When my internet service goes down and I attempted to restart it manually, DNS information, and perhaps other stuff, is not set up automatically. Anyone know how I can solve this problem?
> Jon Bober.
> New Yorker Linux Users Scene
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