[Dnsmasq-discuss] DNSMasq, DHCP, Shorewall, and Proxy Arp
simon at thekelleys.org.uk
Tue Feb 12 20:11:46 GMT 2008
Steve H. wrote:
> On Wednesday 06 February 2008 01:21:20 pm Simon Kelley wrote:
>>Note that in this scheme it's fine to have a more than one dhcp-host
>>line associated with (eg) a MAC address, allowing a host to have a fixed
>> IP on each subnet which it might appear on. If dhcp-host lines trump
>>everything, then this facility is lost.
> I just wanted to say Thank-you - this clarified the logic for me. Also, I
> wanted to apologize if I appeared 'arguementative'. It was not my intention.
> I guess I just like to debate (loudly? :-) )
Debating is good, it's one of the things that makes Free Software great!
I tend to classify software behaviour into three classes: stuff which
works like that for a good reason, stuff which works like that for no
(or a bad) reason, but can't be changed because is would break existing
installs, and stuff which can and should be changed.
I think this stuff falls somewhere in the first two categories.
> And Thanks again for DNSMasq, it truly is a great tool :-) In 5 years of
> daily operation, its never given me a lick of trouble :-)
Glad you like it!
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