how is the client identifer used in other DHCP servers.
David W. Hankins
David_Hankins at isc.org
Wed Mar 22 20:29:47 UTC 2006
On Wed, Mar 22, 2006 at 12:12:15PM -0500, Ralph Blach wrote:
> Let me be more specific, do other DHCP server support sub-option 0 of the
> client identifer?
> So can I compose a unique string and send it other dhcp servers and have it
The behaviour you're describing is a convention, not a standard.
All DHCP servers I'm aware of treat the entire glob as an opaque field,
and no other behaviour is currently defined in any reference (although
with recent work a client identifier starting with 255 is expected to
be produced a certain way - this is irrelevant as no new behaviour to
undertake to digest the contents of an option of that format has been
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