r.phillips at uq.edu.au
Fri Oct 9 06:38:36 UTC 2009
>What I do is to *never* use an "option subnet-mask" statement, and
>just let the subnet statement handle it, *unless* you have a subnet
>that needs a different mask, and then (and only then) I assign it
>with "option subnet-mask".
What's an example of a situation where a client would need to be
given a subnet mask different from the one specified on the subnet
I wonder if the broadcast-address option has to be supplied, since it
can be inferred from the subnet and netmask values?
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