> > 1.Find two machine attached to the same switch and ping from host to host.
> > 2. If pinging between hosts on the same switch works then try pining from one
OK. I tell you what happened. Me and a friend of mine changed the hosts
attached to the switches. So, lets call A switch and B switch. Which was
connected to A we attached to B and vica versa. Maybe that was overkill
(oh yes, and we turned the power off completely again). After this we
turned on the switches one-bye-one, not the whole rack immediately. After
this I erased the /var/state/dhcp/dhcp.leases and created it again with
touch (an echo " " > would be enough but I was very upset) and restarted
the dhcpd. And now it works. Except that nobody can find the proxy (which
has static IP - 10.0.0.200). But I can see it from the gateway. Maybe
there's a little problem remained. I dunno. Any ideas ?
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