On Oct 24, 2006, at 6:52 AM, Dave Hylands wrote:
> Hi everyone,
>> The usbnet is setup as dhcp, so if you want an IP Address you need to
>> issue it from the host machine.
> So I thought I would mention that DHCP won't work under usbnet
> connected to a Windows machine if you're using the latest kernel. It
> is know to work under 2.6.11, and known to not work under 2.6.18.
Well, it does, if you're not using bridging on the Windows side.
Though that is the preferred way to do things, so it probably won't
work for most people ;)
> It may work fine with a linux host.
It does, as far as I can tell. It also works OK if you don't put the
RNDIS device in a bridge on the windows side, but run a DHCP server
on the windows machine itself.