You can get some debug information out of pump.
Modify /etc/syslog.conf to add a *.debug entry. Be sure to
create the debug logging file.
Send syslogd a '-HUP' signal -- and then re-run the pump command.
You should get some log messages in debug.log.
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| [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Darin Willits
| Sent: Sunday, March 05, 2000 3:00 AM
| To: Linuxfirstname.lastname@example.org
| Subject: pump problems.
| Hi all,
| I am having rather stange problems with my dhcp client. When I do a
| network -restart everything appears to be brought up with no problems but no
| ip address is assigned to the card at eth0. Further investigation seems to
| reveal that the command pump -i eth0 seems to exit ok saying that it has
| finished determining the ip address but again nothing is assigned to the
| card. I realise that this is probably a pretty newbie question but if
| anyone could offer any suggestions I would really appreciate it. If it
| helps the machine is redhat 6.0 connected to a cable modem and being used to
| do ip-masquerading for several winblows machines.
| Thanks in advance,
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