@george1421 So, I ran the tcpdump (issue.pcap is the first capture). I can see that the fog server 192.168.1.16 is trying to get to a dhcp server (10.122.16.4) which the fog server cannot reach. The 10.122.16.4 server is the dhcp server for a LAN I have to connect to in order to have internet access for updates for fog, ubuntu, etc. At the time of the capture there is no physical connection to the 10.122 LAN, so I’m not sure why it is attempting to go to that server.
So, I issue a sudo dhclient -v -r eth0 on the fog server to release the dhcp lease. I then issue a sudo dhclient -v eth0 to get a new lease from the only connected dhcp server 192.168.1.1 .
I then ran a new tcpdump on the fog server and start up the dell laptop. that is the issue2… pcap . I look at that trace and I see that the fog server 192.168.1.16 is still trying to access the wrong dhcp server, which isn’t even connected to the server.
I tried to upload the .pcap files and I get an error that I don’t have enough privileges to do so.