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DHCP and token ring under Linux

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I am trying to find a DHCP client for Linux for use with
a token ring adapter.  The problem I run into is that
the dhcpd client tells me that the adapter I am trying
to use it with is not an ethernet.  I know this happens
to people trying to use dhcpd for PPP links as well.  So, is
there support for DHCP for Token Ring, and if so, where
can I find the client?
                        Thanks
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DHCP is on a IP level so it shouldnt care about datalinktransportlayer. There must be another configuration problem somewhere.
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