Tim Fletcher wrote:
> > Is there any way to make aliases grab dhcp addresses?
> Don't think so as they have the same mac / hardware / ethernet address as
> the interface they are on.
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I do not have to be so. In the the dhcp request you can send a name
and dhcp server can use that information to pickup your internetname and
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