jeremy.bessee at gcmail.maricopa.edu
Wed Jun 27 00:17:59 UTC 2007
Morten Andersen wrote:
>>Failing any specific option you could always extract that piece of
>>information from the packet directly. The function packet() is
>>described in the dhcp-options man page.
>> packet (offset, length)
>> The packet operator returns the specified portion of the
>> packet being considered, or null in contexts where no
>> packet is being considered. Offset and length are
>> applied to the contents packet as in the substring opera-
> Thank you for your response. This sounds like a solution that can work but I can`t find any information about the packet() function, but I found "RELAY AGENT INFORMATION OPTION" in the dhcp-options man page and I think this can help me. One tiny problem now is that the man-page does not mention how to set the parameters on the dhcrelay agents. Anyone? :)
What do you plan on using as relay agents?
More information about the dhcp-users