Ubuntu 7.04 and LTSP

Jay Perez jperez1 at rochester.rr.com
Sun Oct 7 17:54:15 BST 2007


Hi Tom,

I learned quite a bit from your reply about options I have for setting up my own system.

Thanks !


-- Tom Misilo <tmisilo at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm somewhat of a newbie but recently set up an LTSP server using the Edubuntu distro.
I have used Edubuntu first, I just didn't want all the extra stuff
like X always starting on the server, when I do not need it running on
it

> For the most part it works pretty much out-of-the-box if you have both NICs installed when you do the software install.
>
> I notice that both your NICs have static IPs.  My ISP only allows DHCP so my NIC on the >Internet side must be set to Dynamic.  Unless you have something in place to get a static >IP from your Internet provider or a service that manages this for you, you'll probably need >to change this.

Yes both have static IP's as they are both connected to two different
internal subnets. My AP/Router is connected to my modem which actually
gives me a static IP address, but I let the router connect to the
internet.

> Also, is it possible you might have both your server and your router trying to server DHCP >?
Actually both my server and router are serving DHCP to the different
networks, and that works fine. As the two subnets aren't connect
except at the server

Thanks,

Tom





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