> I have a network of Windows XP machines. The problem is that the DHCP
> server gets to the end of the range allowed and no new PCs can get on
> the net.
> Allowed Range is 192.168.10.50 - 192.168.10.253
> There are only about 30 PCs on the net so it should not run out of ip addresses.
> I have the following on the DHCP log:
> May 31 19:31:30 dhcpd: DHCPOFFER on 192.168.10.248 to
> 00:c0:4f:4c:9e:68 (D8) via rl0
> May 31 19:31:29 dhcpd: DHCPNAK on 192.168.102.109 to 00:c0:4f:4c:9e:68 via rl0
> May 31 19:31:29 dhcpd: DHCPREQUEST for 192.168.102.109 (192.168.102.1)
> from 00:c0:4f:4c:9e:68 via rl0: wrong network.
> May 31 19:31:29 dhcpd: DHCPDISCOVER from 00:c0:4f:4c:9e:68 via rl0
> Where is this 192.168.102.x IP address coming from?
well, you'l tell us?
e.g.: what's the WAN network number? how's that configured? are they
physically connected via the same switch/or even worse a hub?
what are the other 29 PCs doing? have you lokked at each and every
single one of them? have you looked at each and every end of Network
cable in your net (is there a "hidden gateway" instaled by some clueless
/ reckless user?
lots of possibilities.