Ron Ripley rripley at
Mon Jun 4 21:48:38 UTC 2007

Yeah, the client is what I am interested in.  All I really want to do is to
set option 60 from my mac client.  I have not found a way to do that yet.


On 6/4/07 4:06 PM, "Simon Hobson" <dhcp1 at> typed:

> Pascal Gienger wrote:
>> Ron Ripley <rripley at> wrote:
>>>  I am looking for an alternative to the built-in dhcp client for my mac
>>>  (10.4) does ISC provide a port for this?
>> isc dhcpd compiles fine on os x 10.4.
> But Ron asked about the CLIENT
> I think the answer is that the client is so tightly integrated into
> the system that it's probably 'difficult' to pull it out and change
> it. It may well be possible, I don't know, but since there is a
> system supplied client then there's not too much incentive for people
> to put the work in - unlike Linux etc.

Ronald Ripley 
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