DHCP server working in production now
aland at deployingradius.com
Tue Aug 23 18:45:51 CEST 2011
Stephen R. van den Berg wrote:
> I was not being rude. I just expressed my genuine startledness.
You were implying that I was lying to you.
> I admit that I didn't read all the archives. I read the code first
> and found numerous spots where it was marked "Does not work" and
> a lot of the code broke due to different macros, and I found places
> which simply said "Fill in code here". So I assumed that it's not
> in production.
And when I told you it was used in production, you implied I was lying
to you. That's rude.
> I am going to make it comprehensible before resubmitting.
That's good to hear.
> It might not seem like that, but I don't think I corrupted this ability.
> I want/need that flexibility myself, so I was very careful to preserve it.
See src/lib/dhcp.c. You deleted tons of "pairfind VP, use contents in
>> MAC A -> DHCP server B
>> MAC X -> DHCP server Y
> Interesting. Haven't seen those "in the wild" yet. But yes, I didn't
> know people did this.
They *want* to do it. They either do it with horrible hacks, or they
don't. They usually can't, because of the ridiculous limitations of the
existing DHCP relays.
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