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Windows 10 1803 update has caused a problem for several clients running ISC DHCP on the Linux server.  The PC gets an address (DHCPREQUEST) and a DHCPACK is sent. It then immediately releases the address and starts over with DHCPDISCOVER again and again and again. A wireshark trace on the PC says the DCHPACK [...]
Tue, Jun 12, 2018, Continue reading at the source
I came up with a patch to make this work by using the configuration "append" statement. Append concatenates the options together which is okay for DHCPv4 but not for DHCPv6. How would I go about proposing this change to be added to the source? -- Sent from: http://isc-dhcp-users.2343191.n4.nabble.com/_______________________________________________ dhcp-users mailing list [hidden email] https://lists.isc.org/mailman/listinfo/dhcp-users [...]
Fri, Jun 08, 2018, Continue reading at the source
Since multiple instances of the same option code doesn't seem possible through custom options in the .conf file, I've gone on to look at the source but it's jumping into the deep end to try understand how options are handled. Is it something that is even possible in the code? I [...]
Wed, Jun 06, 2018, Continue reading at the source
On Thu, May 31, 2018 at 11:26 AM Bill Shirley wrote:I am running a fail-over pair: primary = dhcp-server-4.3.6-9.fc27.x86_64 secondary = dhcp-4.2.5-23.fc19.x86_64 So yes, I think 4.1.1 and 4.3.5 would speak the same language. Bill On 5/31/2018 6:40 AM, Алексей Перов wrote: > You mean 4.1.1 and 4.3.5 use the same failover protocol and can [...]
Thu, May 31, 2018, Continue reading at the source
I am running a fail-over pair: primary = dhcp-server-4.3.6-9.fc27.x86_64 secondary = dhcp-4.2.5-23.fc19.x86_64 So yes, I think 4.1.1 and 4.3.5 would speak the same language. Bill On 5/31/2018 6:40 AM, Алексей Перов wrote: > You mean 4.1.1 and 4.3.5 use the same failover protocol and can talk to each other without any issue? > > > 31.05.2018 12:41, Simon Hobson [...]
Thu, May 31, 2018, Continue reading at the source

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