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DHCP and err=24 After DHCPSRVR cache has been queri for client

Hello Everyone,
I have setup Novell DNS/DHCP on Netware 6 server. Everything seems to
be
working fine except one thing, when my clients move from one subnet
network
to another one client unable to get a new IP that subnet. But if
he/she
goes back the first subnet where IP originally assign he/she can renew
IP
address.

I looked at DHCP console and saw when users tried to roam from one
subnet
network to another subnet network DHCP server cannot assign IP in that

subnet. On DHCP console I notice "err=24 After DHCPSRVR cache has
been
queri for client Mac Address" and smoother information and than "old
pIP
192.10.1.2 is manual cannot be deleted".

All the Subnet in Subnet Type I have selected "Dynamic DHCP with
Automatic
Hostname Generation"

Can some tell me what got wrong?

Thanks,




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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: DHCP and err=24 After DHCPSRVR cache has been queri for client

In the Management Console, click the DHCP Server object, then the
Options tab, then make sure one of the "Allow..." options is selected

in the Mobile User Settings section. Be sure to restart DHCPSRVR
before testing your changes.

bd
NSC Volunteer SysOp
www.InsightNetSolutions.net




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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: DHCP and err=24 After DHCPSRVR cache has been queri for client

I do have mobile option selected.




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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: DHCP and err=24 After DHCPSRVR cache has been queri for client

OK, then maybe try the one you don't have selected?

bd
NSC Volunteer SysOp
www.InsightNetSolutions.net




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