Older version of dhcpd having ipv6 etc
hashmat.email at gmail.com
Sun Sep 27 12:21:49 UTC 2009
The reason for older version:
1) the newer version executable is 5 times bigger than version 2 and is not
suitable for our embedded systems. Do we have any embedded version of ISC
2) I needed condtional statements to add some filters in dhcpd.
3) Having ipv6 is an advantage.
Not sure if I can ask this question in this list:
Do we have any other dhcpd on GPL, which is designed for embedded systems
and which has the above 3 points ?
2009/9/27 Glenn Satchell <Glenn.Satchell at uniq.com.au>
> >From: Glenn Satchell <Glenn.Satchell at uniq.com.au>
> >>Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2009 21:37:21 +0530
> >>Subject: Re: Older version of dhcpd having ipv6 etc
> >>From: Ashmath Khan <hashmat.email at gmail.com>
> >>To: sthaug at nethelp.no
> >>Cc: dhcp-users at lists.isc.org
> >> ok. thanks.
> >> How about the other two i mentioned below ?
> >> 2009/9/24 <sthaug at nethelp.no>
> >> > > I am looking for an older version of dhcpd(earlier than version 3)
> >> > > supports:
> >> > > ipv6
> >> > > client classsing
> >> > > conditional statements(like if etc)
> >> > >
> >> > > Do we have such version of dhcpd ?
> >> >
> >> > No. IPv6 support only starts in ISC DHCP version 4.
> >> >
> >> > Steinar Haug, Nethelp consulting, sthaug at nethelp.no
> >> >
> >Version 2.0 was the release prior to version 3. It does not have
> >classes or conditional statements, or at least they are not mentioned
> >in the man pages.
> >The last update for 2.0 was pl5, which was a number of security fixes
> >released in 2000. There have been no further updates since then, so
> >using such an old, unmaintained release is not recommended these days.
> >Is there a particular reason for running a version <3.0 ?
> Version 2.0 can be downloaded from
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