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Old 2008-02-02, 10:46   Link #2
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The only relevant line in that log output there is the first one. The rest of the lines are related to vmware's vmnet interfaces. You should be able to ignore those.

That line only states that it detects a link on the en0 interface.

Look for messages from bootpd in the console. Should look like this:
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Feb  2 10:40:27 Mac-Pro bootpd[47320]: DHCP REQUEST [en1]: 1,0:17:f2:e6:8d:6b <MacBook-Pro>
If you don't see anything then its possible that the other machine isn't properly communicating or that its just not sending out a DHCP request. I would try using a static address on the other machine. Set it to an address on the 192.168.2.0/24 network. The gateway and dns server should be set to 192.168.2.1.
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