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Firewall/DHCP - 27.Aug.2001 9:54:00 PM   
jrepac

 

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Last month Falkor posted a problem under this same title that described DHCP client requests filling the packet filter log. I am seeing what appears to be the same thing.

My configuration consists of three adapter cards. All three have static IP addresses with two assigned to private subnets (192.168.125.1/192.168.126.1) and the remaining one on the external interface(192.168.1.3). My DHCP server is bound to the internal interfaces and not to the external. My external interface is connected to a Linksys router that is connected to a cable modem.

My filter log is filled with DHCP client requests from 192.168.125.1. Does anyone have any idea what is going on here?

-Joe

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RE: Firewall/DHCP - 28.Aug.2001 2:16:00 PM   
tshinder

 

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Hi Joe,

Those are the joys of putting the DHCP server on the ISA Server. The message is "get DHCP off of me!"

Put the DHCP server on a computer on the internal network and you will have joy.

HTH,
Tom

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RE: Firewall/DHCP - 28.Aug.2001 3:30:00 PM   
jrepac

 

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Tom,
Grumble! You would think that if Microsoft would supply this as a complete package (Small Office Server)it would all work on the same machine. Oh well, thanks any way.

By the way, the Learning Zone article on DNS I found to be quite useful. The note on the registry entry helped me clean up several warnings in my event log that occurred during startup (netlogon, W32time).

Thanks,

Joe


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