werner.otto at gmail.com
Fri Sep 14 14:44:08 UTC 2007
good stuff, a starting point. Would you know how I go about obtaining DHCP
Request and Offer packets. I guess hours of reading will give me the answer,
but that is what you guys are here for ;-). Last one I promise...
On 14/09/2007, Daniel Paquet <daniel.paquet at gmail.com> wrote:
> Just a thing on OMAPI there is a memory leaks in it and if you do alot
> of queries your dhcp process will eventually eat up all your server's
> I already submited a bug about this with the output of valgrind.
> On 9/14/07, Bernd Petrovitsch <bernd at firmix.at> wrote:
> > On Fri, 2007-09-14 at 14:03 +0100, Werner Otto wrote:
> > [...]
> > > Why is it that ISC DHCP does not have a server side API when Microsoft
> > - Did you look into the OMAPI thing?
> > - Because no one needed and implemented it.
> > - Because most ideas from MSFT are of questionable value if you do not
> > happen
> > to fit to their idea of operation of the service (which implies
> > usually SOHO
> > setups).
> > See: ISC-dhcpd is (similar to other daemons) configured with a textual
> > config
> > file. This has the advantage that you can edit it almost anywhere with
> > any
> > editor, put it into a SCM, generate it easily from templates or
> > scripts (which
> > are done in minutes and can grow if the need grows - no need to
> > program or buy
> > some fat "provisioning application").
> > And you really *want* that if you have more then 5 hosts on it.
> > And the first interesting question is therefore: What happens with
> > run-time changed values in such an environment?
> > Bernd
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