To add some filter rules in conf file
hashmat.email at gmail.com
Mon Oct 19 15:37:53 UTC 2009
Also from dhcpd.conf:
If both permit and deny lists exist for a pool,
then only clients that match the permit list and do not match the deny
list will be allowed access.
So it says we can mix allow and deny statements.
On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 6:28 PM, Ashmath Khan <hashmat.email at gmail.com>wrote:
> First off - please fix your mailer - it's isn't quoting material very
>> clearly. Also, please stop crossposting to dhcp-users at isc.org which is an
>> old list address and merely forwards to dhcp-users at lists.isc.org (making
>> duplicate messages as it goes).
> ok thanks.
>> No idea about the code - you'll have to grab the source and take a look.
>> Just be aware before you start that there are some very subtle nuances with
>> DHCP that are easy to fall foul of.
>> I do have one last idea, though if it will work or not I don't know. If
>> you check "man dhcp-eval" you'll find there is an "if ... elseif ... else"
>> mechanism. I could see the possibility of using this to set a variable to
>> say how far a client matched your sequential list of tests - so you could
>> drop out the test with a variable set to "r1", "r2" etc. Then configure your
>> classes with match if <somevariable> = "r1" and so on.
> Sorry, I can't make out much from this.
>> Finally - what are you actually trying to achieve ?
>> Let me point you to the initial post I sent to this list:
> Basically I want to filter clients based on some rules and the actions
> would be to either assign some pools to them or ignore those clients. If a
> rule is met I don't evaluate further rules. Hope its clear now!
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