[Dnsmasq-discuss] What does os02 mean here?

Simon Kelley simon at thekelleys.org.uk
Sun Jul 24 13:55:10 BST 2016

On 22/07/16 14:59, /dev/rob0 wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 22, 2016 at 07:46:50PM +0800, 水静流深 wrote:
>> There is a  line  in dnsmasq configuration file.
>> dhcp-host=00:0C:29:5E:F2:6F,,os02
>> What does os02 mean here?
> That's the hostname associated with the client.  Even if the client 
> reports a different hostname when requesting the lease, the hostname 
> used in the config will be what is served in DNS.
> PS: Simon, I saw a typo in my version of the man page under 
> "--dhcp-host": "omit" is misspelled.  Sorry for not patching, but 
> this should be a simple fix. :)  (And maybe you already have it 
> fixed, my version is not current.)

Is fixed in the current version, I think.


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