simon at thekelleys.org.uk
Thu Jun 21 09:31:42 BST 2007
richardvoigt at gmail.com wrote:
>>i won't pretend to understand how you went from
> tag 1, 4 bytes, content 31-41-50-43
> tag 2, 1 byte, content 01
> Am I right?
You're right: dnsmasq will collect all the options marked a vendor
encapsulated (with the vendor: string) and put them together inside a
"vendor encpsulated options" DHCP option. the net result is the same set
of bytes that you are giving "by steam" to dhcpd
I forgot to say that this stuff has changed over the life of dnsmasq: if
you're using an old version, it might be different.
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