On Mon, Aug 04, 2003 at 10:07:18AM -0700, Mark Woodson wrote:
>dhclient allows you to execute scripts when it runs.
>man dhclient-scripts and see the HOOKS sections, but the gist is that you can
>create an /etc/dhclient-(enter|exit)-hooks script to do whatever you might
This is fine so long as your system is directly connected to the public
Internet, but doesn't work if going through a NAT router of some kind. We
use quite a few LinkSys VPN boxes at client sites because they're cheap,
easy to configure, and reliable. Unfortunately they're not easy to query
to find status which is why I started using the sshclient service I posted
here last week.
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