I've Debian version 2.6.26-1-686 kernel on a remote LAN system. I am tunneling into my company's network using aircard, mobile router and a switch. I have configured my LAN and everything so, I can tunnel into my Company's network from this remote LINUX box.
Only problem is that I cannot mount my shared drives on this remote Linux system because, my company's server does not recognize me. My admin told me that somehow you'll have to find a way to pass on my static ip and hostname through the carrier assigned DHCP ip address. The cellular service gives me a DHCP ip address that is not recognized by my company's network. How can I configure my DHCP or dhclient.conf so that it passes on my computer's hostname and associated ip address through cellular company's assigned DHCP ip address?