From jross@110:300/1.1 to All on Wed Mar 17 23:25:22 2010
Having some issues with dhcpd running on a wireless dongle (wlan0). The problem is if the wireless dongle is not connected at startup the dhcp
daemon will fail to start because there is no wlan0 interface (The dhcp service is enabled at startup).
I have added the DHCPDARGS="wlan0" to /etc/sysconfig/dhcpd" and it makes
no difference. Once the dhcp server is up and running if I dis-connect
the wireless dongle and then re-connect I have to restart the dhcp
server, basically I don't want to have to restart the dhcp service
every-time I dis/re-connect the dongle.
So my question is there a way to force dhcp to run even if there is no interface up?