Using pump in Linux

Using pump in Linux

 

This post was last updated on June 3rd, 2020 at 04:47 pm

Pump requests an ip address from a DHCP server. Here are several pump commands for managing dhcp ip addresses. Pump can be used to request, release, or give status on dhcp responses.

  1. pump -i eth0 –status
  2. Check the status / get details of dhcp on eth0

  3. pump -i eth0 –release
  4. Release dhcp IP on eth0

  5. pump -i eth0
  6. Request a dhcp ip for eth0

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