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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: lynn <lynn@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 02 Apr 2012 18:26:19 +0200
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*El 02/04/12 14:29, Anton *Aylward *escribió:
Carlos *E. *R. Dijo el siguiendo en 04/02/2012 05:18 AM:
En 2012-04-02 10:13, *lynn escribió:

Cada *linux la máquina tendría que tener aquello. No sé si el *dhcp
*server lo puede asignar.

Sí lo lata; sí tiene que.
Pero *lynn dice que aquí *DHCP *server sólo está entregando fuera de direcciones de IP,
por lo tanto no ha configurado lo correctamente.

No quiero justo cualquier nombre. Quiero el nombre que doy al ordenador. No uno que el *dhcp *server sugiere. *Oterwise Los cambios de ordenador nombran cada cual lo cronometra es chutado. Aquello es inútil a mí. Seguramente aquello es por qué hay una opción para tener el *dhcp *server plato fuera de direcciones sólo.

Anfitrión 192.168.1.22 Anfitrión 22.1.168.192.Dentro-*addr.*arpa. No encontrado:
3(*NXDOMAIN)

Si inverso *assignation del *dhcp *server no pasa, puedes poner nombres arbitrarios fijos, como 168.1.22.*hh3.Sitio

he sugerido que (y otro) "Trampas".

*OK. Así que por qué  pasa para *windoes clientes y no para #prpers?
*L *x
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El 02/04/12 14:29, Anton Aylward escribió:
Carlos E. R. said the following on 04/02/2012 05:18 AM:
On 2012-04-02 10:13, lynn wrote:

Every linux machine should have that. I don't know if the dhcp
server can assign it.

Yes it can; yes it should.
But lynn says that here DHCP server is only handing out IP addresses,
therefore she has not configured it correctly.

I don't want just any name. I want the name that I give to the computer. Not one which the dhcp server suggests. Oterwise the computer changes name each time it is booted. That's useless to me. Surely that's why there is an option to have the dhcp server dish out addresses only.

host 192.168.1.22 Host 22.1.168.192.in-addr.arpa. not found:
3(NXDOMAIN)

If reverse assignation from the dhcp server does not happen, you
can set fixed arbitrary names, like 168.1.22.hh3.site

I've suggested that (and other) "Cheats".

OK. So why does it happen for windoes clients and not for us?
L x
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