On Mon, 11 Feb 2008 14:41:58 -0400
Derek Broughton <[email protected]> wrote:
Peter Garrett wrote:
> > Another suggestion: when the wireless is "down", what happens if you issue
> > sudo dhclient ?
> replacing ? with the name of your interface :-)
Actually, as I mentioned, but you snipped, if you issue "sudo dhclient"
without the name of an interface it simply fails on one and tries another
- for example, here if I have no cable plugged in, it fails for eth0 then
succeeds for eth1 ( wireless).
(Peter Garrett wrote)
Issuing the command as
I gave it above will fail for one, and try the other. A more specific way
is to give the interface name - what your wireless interface is called
depends on your card.
I tested this before writing my email :) Works for Me (tm) ;p
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