greenwaldjared at gmail.com
Fri May 4 12:08:25 UTC 2007
Why re-invent the wheel? You could just start with a small-footprint
dhcp client like dhcpcd or something and then strip out whatever rpc
calls that you don't need.
Just a thought...
On 4 May 2007 17:26:37 +0530, Kaustuv De (w/PGDIT)
<Kaustuv.De at sit.iitkgp.ernet.in> wrote:
> I would like to thank Mr.Simon Hobson for the prompt response., in earlier
> mail.I am sorry that that I included this topic, in differnt topic related
> mail.basically I am new user.
> my problem is:
> I would like to develop a USB-to-Ethernet relay.
> This system will require an internal DHCP client to
> configure the Ethernet interface. In particular it
> will need the following to operate in the network:
> + its own IP address
> + its subnet mask
> + the gateway address
> To act as a relay, it will additionally require:
> + the IP address of the m/c which will host the USB virtual
> + the port number through which it will connect to that host
> to the USB virtual device server.
> Initially, I am to write a linux based dhcp client. After that
> I have to port that to a FPGA kit with both USB and
> Ethernet interfaces.
> Should I write a standrad dhcp client..can any body please give me some
> idea, what will be ideal approach...
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