DHCP option space test
suryateja042 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 2 12:22:53 UTC 2019
Thanks for reply.
Did you see the reply to your original mail I posted recently? I think it
answers at least some of your question.
---> Hi I have posted this initially in dhcp-workers group but I didn't
get any reply to my post.
Not sure it may be issue with mailing service. Can you please
forward your mail once again or any reference related to this stuff
On Wed, Jul 31, 2019 at 12:51 PM Peter Rathlev <peter at rathlev.dk> wrote:
> On Wed, 2019-07-31 at 11:07 +0530, Surya Teja wrote:
> > How does a DHCP client can get the DHCP option space data from
> > respective server config
> > Ex: I have constructed my local server config as below by taking
> > online example references
> Did you see the reply to your original mail I posted recently? I think
> it answers at least some of your question.
> In short you need to add "vendor-option-space optionSpacedb;" in the
> same block as where you use the options. This method requires that the
> client asks for option 43 (vendor-specific-options) and knows how to
> parse "vendor encapsulation".
> If you can't use vendor-specific-options for any reason, you need to
> find an option code that isn't in use in the global scope. That would
> typically be option codes 224-254 which are for "local use". In that
> case you don't need separate option spaces, unless you have clients
> that understand the same option codes in different ways. In that case
> you should take a look at "site-option-space".
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