I currently try to set up a switch on my lan that has a linksys router.
If I don't use the switch (therefore, router <=> computer), no problem
of working (the computer gets an ip from the dhcp, for example,
192.168.1.2), great !
But If I add the switch to the lan, the computer gets an ip like
192.168.1.110, and this ip shouldn't exist because the router only gives
ips from 192.168.1.2 to 192.168.1.50...
My interfaces file is :
"iface eth0 inet dhcp[...]"
If I do "ifconfig eth0 192.168.1.2", the ip comes back to
192.168.1.110... Same if I do "ifdown eth0" and "ifup eth0".
Any ideas so that the computer gets the good ip? (the problem could come
from the switch ?)
And I would specify, I've already tried "iface eth0 inet static", same
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