OK... first off, hope everyones having a GREAT DAY ;)
And second... here's my situation: In my apartment building the landlord or whomever manages the internet has it setup to use DHCP and whenever one of my linux machines changes IP's I have to physicly go to it and login to figure out what the IP is so I can SSH to it.
Its not too bad to have to log into another machine if its on the same desk, but if thats the case I wouldn't be trying to ssh to it....
So anways two of the machines are on completely diffenet ends of the house and the other is suppose to be a headless machine(No Monitor).
And I've already tried talking with the landlord and the ISP that manages the connection with them to get a static IP...and they pretty much tell me to leave them the hell alone...
What can I do to make it so I can just say
or ping LinuxB
stuff like that so I don't have to keep physicly going to a machine that is suppose to be remotely accessable. (And use to be before DHCP was a must)....
Thanks Guys & Gals