i think this maybe a dhcp bug. my ps3 was requesting for an IP address
already taken by another device however dhcpd was not telling my ps3
this and instead failing the request with permission denied. i
increased my scope, dhcpd restarted and boom my ps3 was able to get a
lease with a different IP.
fyi i did check the leases file and not all ip addresses have entries
there so dhcpd should have given out a new lease.
latest dhcpd version is 3.1.3 and m0n0wall is running 3.0.5.
On Sun, Dec 27, 2009 at 8:20 AM, slamp slamp <slackamp at gmail dot com> wrote:
> my setup is as follows:
> vr0 - WAN
> fxp0 - VLAN5 (LAN) & VLAN10 (GUEST) - connected to a trunk port on a
> cisco switch
> my AP is connected to a trunk port on the same cisco switch.
> DHCP is enabled on the GUEST interface only.
> Almost all of my wireless devices connect fine, laptops,
> androids/iphones, ipod touch. however my ps3 will not and i get the
> error log dhcpd: send_packet: Permission denied.
> Is there any reason why it would be different with a ps3? and what
> exactly does that message mean?