Charlton Harrison wrote:
> Could it be that there is a new dhcp client to be used with the latest
> kernels and the old ones don't work?
> Could it be that there is a bug that was overlooked in the latest kernel
How about trying to configure your NICs manually instead of relying on
the scripts to do it? Maybe try configuring each of your NICs without
DHCP and temporarily assign IPs manually.
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