ddns-hostname and IPv6
cvicente at network-services.uoregon.edu
Fri Aug 13 23:58:12 UTC 2010
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Carlos Vicente wrote:
> Suppose I wanted to ignore the client-supplied hostname and have dhcpd
> update DNS with an IPv6-derived name.
> More specifically, what would be the IPv6-equivalent way of doing the
> ddns-hostname = concat ("dyn-", binary-to-ascii (10, 8, "-",
> Thanks in advance,
No reply, so I'm guessing the feature is not there (yet).
I was able to hack it to the point where I get somewhat close:
ddns-hostname = concat("dyn-",binary-to-ascii(16,16,"-",substring(option
dhcp6.ia-na, 16, 16)));
But it seems to me that the equivalent of the 'leased-address'
expression for IPv6 leased addresses would be ideal, though.
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