> You're trying to invent yet another way of solving the "naming IPv6
> hosts" problem,
> made more difficult by the fact that they change
> addresses as the delegated prefix changes.
> There are a couple of other possibilities.
> 1) If you're using DHCP for IPv4, look
On Friday 12 May 2017 17:15:20 Simon Kelley wrote:
> There are so many layers of quotes here that I've completely lost
> track of what we were trying to achieve, and how to achieve it. My
> memory is that we'd failed to come up with any consensus on either
> of those.
Ability to assign
On 09/05/17 10:21, Pali Rohár wrote:
> On Sunday 02 October 2016 11:43:43 Pali Rohár wrote:
>> On Wednesday 27 January 2016 13:37:27 Pali Rohár wrote:
>>> On Wednesday 20 January 2016 20:15:23 Simon Kelley wrote:
Dnsmasq identifies IPv6 clients via their MAC address for the
On 11/05/17 23:22, Carl Karsten wrote:
> I am pondering something I am not sure I even want: I guess we can call
> it a default option 209
> Is this valid, reliable, predictable?
On 11/05/2017 14:36, Simon Kelley wrote:
> The design is that dnsmasq sends the options expected by a PXE client if
> it's acting as a proxy (because the whole proxy thing is part of the PXE
> spec: a normal DHCP client doesn't know how to deal with it.) The
> replies to the PXE client are
On 09/04/2017 19:22, Denton Gentry wrote:
https://fingerbank.org/about.html is a database of OS signatures based
on the DHCP options populated and the order in which they appear. So
for example, an Android device will typically send
'1,33,3,6,15,26,28,51,58,59' while iOS sends