[CentOS] NAT/DHCP/DNS/etc Settings from a Windows 2003 Server

Fri Apr 9 17:10:43 UTC 2010
kalinix <calin.kalinix.cosma at gmail.com>

I would try to launch a tcpdump/wireshark session on centos server to
see whether there's dhcp traffic on it. Alternatively, when in static
configuration, to see whether the icmp packets reach for NAT server (my
feeling is they are not).

AFAIK, there is no limitation (or there should be none) on the 2k3
server. But of course, I could be wrong.

As a side note: I assume you also set the default gateway (as your nat
server) and/or default route (through it) when in static configuration,
not only the static ip.


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