dhcpd.conf : dynamic ddns-domainname option
Shane_Kerr at isc.org
Fri Jul 28 09:03:00 UTC 2006
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Clément Jeanne wrote:
> Does anybody know where to find documentation about dhcpd.conf
> functionalities like "pick", "match", "pick-first-value", etc. ?
> I expect that such options is the key to solve my problem :
> extract from FQDN option 81 the domain name to use for ddns-domainname.
> I want the client not to be registered on the new domain it connects to,
> but on it's legacy domain. That is why I want to pick the domainname the
> client gives on the DHCP Discover packet, if not It's registered in the
> domain specified in "option domain-name"
"pick-first-value" is documented in the dhcp-eval(5) man page. "pick" is an
alias for "pick-first-value" (although I don't think that is documented anywhere).
"match" is documented in the dhcpd.conf(5) man page. There are examples in the
CLIENT CLASSING or SUBCLASSES sections.
I don't know if these will actually help you solve your problem, but hopefully so!
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