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Re: [opensuse] Qué 127.0.1.1 malo?

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Subject: Re: [opensuse] Qué 127.0.1.1 malo?
From: Anton Aylward <opensuse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 02 Apr 2012 09:43:40 -0400
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Carlos *E. *R. Dijo el siguiendo en 04/02/2012 09:06 AM:
> En 2012-04-02 14:26, Anton *Aylward escribió:
>> *lynn dijo el siguiendo en 04/02/2012 04:13 AM:
> 
>>> Aquí es un ganar 7 cliente llamó *LYNN-PC12@*xxxxxxxx. Tiene su dirección para 
>>> ser obtenida automáticamente 
> 
>> "automáticamente" significando QUÉ?
>> Puede vemos el *DHCP *logs y el DNS *logs alrededor de aquella actividad complace.
> 
> En ventanas *parlance "la red" automática significa "*dhcp". *Ah, y si que
> falla, consigue otra IP con otro protocolo y gama que no recuerdo.

IIR #suyo 169.Algo.

Y esto es el mismo *DHCP *server que, en *Lynn red, manos fuera de direcciones
a las máquinas de Linux.

Está preguntando por qué hay adelante entradas de DNS para las Ventanas *majhines
y no para el Linux *majhines.

Para que tendría que ver el *DHCP y DNS *logs no el *kerberos *logs.



> 
>>> En este *setup, los nombres de máquina son fijados. 
> 
>> Cómo es fijaron"?
> 
> Fijo == *fijas en español. No "*mended", pero *immutable.

Tan dejado me lo pregunta de este modo: cómo es determinaron?  Cómo es asignaron.  Qué es ellos - inglés *pun - fijado a?

Puedo ver que en el caso donde cada *mahjine "sabe" su nombre propio, en
qué caso su *dhcpcd tendría que ser utilizar el "-*f" parámetro para
decir el *DHCP *server.  Si no, entonces hay un error en el *setup.

*Lynn, puede corres "*ps -*ef | *grep *dhcpcd" en uno del corriendo Linux
*majhines para ver cómo piensa su hablando al *DHCP *server.

El *DHCP *log los archivos tendrían que mostrar las peticiones.  Si no entonces aparecer el
*logging/depura nivel!



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Carlos E. R. said the following on 04/02/2012 09:06 AM:
> On 2012-04-02 14:26, Anton Aylward wrote:
>> lynn said the following on 04/02/2012 04:13 AM:
> 
>>> Here is a win 7 client called LYNN-PC12@xxxxxxxx. It has its address to 
>>> be obtained automatically 
> 
>> "automatically" meaning WHAT?
>> Can we see the DHCP logs and the DNS logs around that activity please.
> 
> In windows parlance "automatic" network means "dhcp". Ah, and if that
> fails, it gets another IP with another protocol and range that I don't
> remember.

IIR its 169.something.

And this is the same DHCP server that, on Lynn's network, hands out
addresses to the Linux machines.

She's asking why there are forward DNS entries for the Windows majhines
and not for the Linux majhines.

For that I'd have to see the DHCP and DNS logs not the kerberos logs.



> 
>>> In this setup, the machine names are fixed. 
> 
>> How are they "fixed"?
> 
> fixed == fijas in Spanish. Not "mended", but immutable.

So let me ask it this way: how are they determined?  How are they
assigned.  What are they - English pun - fixed to?

I can see that in the case where each mahjine "knows" its own name, in
which case its dhcpcd should be using the "-f" parameter to tell the
DHCP server.  If not, then there is an error in the setup.

Lynn, can you run "ps -ef | grep dhcpcd" on one of the running Linux
majhines to see how it thinks its talking to the DHCP server.

The DHCP log files should show the requests.  If not then turn up the
logging/debug level!



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