On 05/18/16 20:19, Don Lewis wrote
> It looks to me like r299512 is changing the format of the client
> identifier by inserting the struct hardware hlen field into it. That's
> not valid if htype is non-zero the way I interpret RFC 2132. On the
> other hand, I would think that the server would interpret the client ID
> as an opaque cookie, so I wouldn't think it would make a difference
> (other than thinking this is a new client) unless your server is
> configured to look for specific client IDs.
It's not that the server isn't working. The client is discarding the
server's offer for whatever reason.
But, r300174 has it working again for me. I can't speak to the
correctness of the fix though.
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