problem with dhcp setup
David W. Hankins
David_Hankins at isc.org
Tue Jun 26 22:39:22 UTC 2007
On Mon, Jun 18, 2007 at 12:20:11PM -0400, John Jason Brzozowski (CISSP, RHCT) wrote:
> So if a client requests no options, the ADVERTISE/REPLY will contain no
> options at all?
I don't think this was answered for our software. Shane probably
knows it off the top of his head, I'd have to go spelunking.
> Just because a client does not request options does not absolutely indicate
> that the client does not know how to handle the same.
The easy way to work around this in DHCPv4 was to allow the admin to
over-ride the DHCPv4 PRL. See also "WPAD".
We can easily supply a similar mechanism if that is ever needed, but
we don't want to encourage this sort of thing through its existence.
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