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What constitutes a "bad address"? - SmartyStreets
What constitutes a "bad address"? Question Last Updated: April 11, 2013. What exactly is a bad address? Answer. Excellent question, and one that we have never specifically answered in writing so it's a good exercise to do.
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DHCP server bad address issue -
Hi, I'm having an issue with ip address conflict or "bad_address" I've checked for rogue dhcp server with wireshark. One issue i'm having is that the mac address of the device getting the bad_address issue on the dhcp server is only 8 characters.
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BAD ADDRESS in dhcp -
I check the Events and see that Event ID: 20287 DHCP client request from C80084A02BB2 was dropped since the applicable IP address ranges in scope/super scope - are out of available IP addresses. This could be because of IP address ranges of a policy being out of available IP addresses.
BAD_ADDRESSES's keep clogging our DHCP pool. : sysadmin
Recently we have had a problem where BAD_ADDRESSES's were filling up DHCP pool. Originally the problem wasn't recognized because we had two rogue DHCP servers on our network. First one was discovered and removed.
Electronic Network Systems -
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c - recvfrom: Bad address, sendto: Address family not ...
i'm trying to implement a little UDP-Server/Client Application in C and got two errors on Server-side: recvfrom: Bad address && sendto: Address family not supported by protocol.I searched for the mistake and googled for answers but, unfortunately, they wasn't really helpfully... maybe i'm casting a parameter in a wrong way and don't get it.
BAD_ADDRESS flood in Windows DHCP Server –
Requesting and declining all IP addresses in the pool until there is no more. The quick fix in this instance is easy enough; take the linux client off the network or kill the faulty dhclient process and assign a static IP.