Class match and known
glenn.satchell at uniq.com.au
Tue Mar 16 02:57:39 UTC 2010
On 03/16/10 02:35, Bruce Hudson wrote:
>> But the class statement does not match.
>> What iam doing wrong here?
> I cannot tell you why your class is not working but there are debug
> defines you can enable in "site.h" that should give you more information.
> "DEBUG_EXPRESSIONS" and "DEBUG_CLASS_MATCHING" seem appropriate. If you
> can set up a test environment, try building a server with these defined.
> Bruce A. Hudson | Bruce.Hudson at Dal.CA
> ITS, Networks and Systems |
> Dalhousie University |
> Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada | (902) 494-3405
You could also try a packet sniff to see what traffic is being sent
between the systems. tcpdump, snoop, ethereal can all decode DHCP
packeets to show what options are set, and their values. My guess is the
agent.remote-id is different to what you are expecting.
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