How are you doing DHCPv6 ?

Baldur Norddahl baldur.norddahl at
Thu Apr 2 10:57:41 UTC 2015

This reminds me that we have switches that will tag DHCPv6 packets with the
equallent to option 82 however ISC-DHCP has no support for it. The switch
will create a DHCP packet with two options, one being the user info and the
other is encapsulating the original packet. ISC-DHCP will pick the
encapsulated original packet and then ignore the user info from the outer
packet, so it is useless.

But if the most popular server is useless, how are people doing this?



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