dhcp-agent is a UNIX Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) suite that is extendable via Scheme using Guile. The suite currently ships with a beta quality DHCP client and sniffer.
|Tags||Networking Installation/Setup Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||Unix POSIX|
Release Notes: /etc/resolv.conf will now be truncated properly before rewriting. Some build bugs in the previous release were fixed.
Release Notes: An "-s" option has been added to the client to allow lease introspection. A contrib directory has been added with a sample configuration file for Rogers Cable Broadband service in the Toronto Area. It may work for other @home services. "default-interface-mtu" works as advertised now. Updated documentation now includes a brief overview of DHCP. There are other minor cosmetic fixes.
Release Notes: Absence of the "require" directive now causes the client to accept the first DHCP offer. The default configuration file has been updated to be more likely to work out of the box. "do-measure-router-latency" now works as advertised. Other minor cosmetic fixes have been made.
Release Notes: This release is much more compliant to RFC2131 and RFC2132. The new and improved client configuration support allows fine grained control over the client's DHCP, ARP, and ICMP operations, overriding, appending, or prepending to DHCP options, and the setting of default hostnames, subnet masks, and interface MTU. An embedded Scheme interpreter (Guile) in the client now allows the user to extend the client to handle more DHCP options than just basic networking options. Linux, NetBSD, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, and Solaris are supporter, and numerous bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: BSD compatibility, better diagnostics, better interface detection, a new file parser, and better documentation.