Ed Maste ha scritto:

As of FreeBSD 6.3 dhclient supports RFC3442, the classless static route
option.  If your DHCP server is including this option but not encoding
the default route using the option you'll have no default route.

Thanks for the answer; this is in fact my case.
It would be great news if I could get it to work properly! Obviously repeating the static routes in rc.conf was an hack due to lack of this support.


Now I fiddled with my dhcpd.conf and came up with this:

option local-route code 121 = string;
option local-route 00:0a:01:02:7f;
option local-route 18:c0:A8:65:0a:01:02:0d;
option local-route 18:c0:A8:67:0a:01:02:0f;
option local-routew code 249 = string;
option local-routew 00:0a:01:02:7f;
option local-routew 18:c0:A8:65:0a:01:02:0d;
option local-routew 18:c0:A8:67:0a:01:02:0f;

The problem is that only the latest route gets in the table; in this case:

192.168.103        10.1.2.15          UGS         0        0    vr0


In order to get a default route I have to comment the other two.

Any hint on this?

Thanks a lot.

 bye
        av.
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