I need to find a way to check that a remote machine got the correct ip address. I have a dhcp server and need to run some commands after machine M acquired address A.
There are lots of reasons why machine M could have another address:
1) DHCP not reloaded
2) Machine M offline or powered off
3) Machine M has not renewed its ip address
Is there a way to do one of the following?
Can you help me lead me in the right direction?
Thanks in advance
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