[Dnsmasq-discuss] "dhcp-ignore = myTag, #known" was not what I thought

Mariano Absatz el.baby at gmail.com
Sat Dec 6 11:23:21 GMT 2008


Mariano Absatz escribió el 06/12/08 09:13:
> now, a couple of related questions...
>
> 1) does "dhcp-range" allow me to match more than one tag? or to match
> one (or more) and set another one?
>
> 2) when I write:
> ############# OUR PCs ##############
> dhcp-host=00:22:33:44:55:01,192.168.1.101,net:tagIKnowYou,mycompany-PC-01
> dhcp-host=00:22:33:44:55:02,192.168.1.102,net:tagIKnowYou,mycompany-PC-02
> dhcp-host=00:22:33:44:55:03,192.168.1.103,net:tagIKnowYou,mycompany-PC-03
>   
>
> I am *setting* (and not trying to */match/*) the tag "tagIKnowYou" for
> these hosts, am I?
Well.. now I re-read the example and I see this is not so, that is, the
lines above try to match (and not set) the tag.

So, question #1 above remains and I add another one:

Is there any other means than "dhcp-range" to */set/* a tag?

TIA.

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