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Re: a Liar DHCP server
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Who: Greg \"Ted\" Marsh
What: a Liar DHCP server
When: Tuesday 04 June 2002 09:04 pm
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> So I hope that someone out there will be able to tell me where to
> look, or an idea at to what to look for in order to override the
> false defaults sent out by the DHCP servers at Rogers. I've looked
> through all the man pages listed after doing a 'man -k dhcp', and
> I'll be the first to admit that I may have glossed right over what I
> was needing to adjust.
> initial-interval 1;
> send host-name "cr872793-a";
> request subnet-mask, broadcast-address, routers,
> domain-name, domain-name-servers, host-name;
> If anyone has any suggestions, or what man page to re-read, I would
> be greatly appreciative.
which also points to:
in particular, check out the section "supersede"
the option to supersede that jumped out at me is "dhcp-lease-time" but
I haven't tested that myself.