I need a leases table that is as up to date as possible for my local network.

I do not however have any access the the DHCP server on the network to get its 
leases table.

I’m wondering if there is a way to configure dnsmasq so that it records all 
broadcast dhcp traffic that it sees, and updates it leases table.

That way I will have a local copy of the leases table that has been built up by 
watching DHCP traffic.

Is that possible with dnsmasq? If yes, how?  If not, can anyone suggest a 
lightweight alternative way to do that without resorting to something 
heavyweight like networking monitoring with wireshark?


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