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You should confirm whether dhcp request is sent from vm to Network Node on which dhcp is running or not.

By the way , you can see dhcp packet which is sent from vm with following command .

  1. Confirm dhcp network namespace

$sudo ip netns

dhcp*

  1. Confirm nic which dhcp namespace have

$sudo ip netns exec <dhcp*****> ip addr show

eth0:*

eth1:*

  1. Cofirm dhcp packet using tcpdump

$sudo ip netns exec <dhcp****> tcpdump -i <eth0 or="" eth1="">

If you don't mind upload the result you did above step , Plead upload one.

You should confirm whether dhcp request is sent from vm to Network Node on which dhcp is running or not.

By the way , you can see dhcp packet which is sent from vm with following command .

  1. (1) Confirm dhcp network namespace

$sudo ip netns

dhcp*

  1. Confirm

    (2)Confirm nic which dhcp namespace have

$sudo ip netns exec <dhcp*****> ip addr show

eth0:*

eth1:*

  1. (3) Cofirm dhcp packet using tcpdump

$sudo ip netns exec <dhcp****> tcpdump -i <eth0 or="" eth1="">

If you don't mind upload the result you did above step , Plead upload one.

You should confirm whether dhcp request is sent from vm to Network Node on which dhcp is running or not.

By the way , you can see dhcp packet which is sent from vm with following command .

(1) Confirm dhcp network namespace

$sudo ip netnsnetns

output

dhcp*

dhcp*****

(2)Confirm nic which dhcp namespace have

$sudo ip netns exec <dhcp*****> ip addr show show

output

eth0:*

eth0:*****
  

eth1:*

eth1:*****

(3) Cofirm dhcp packet using tcpdump

$sudo ip netns exec <dhcp****> tcpdump -i <eth0 or="" eth1="">

or eth1>

If you don't mind upload the result you did above step , Plead upload one.