[Cu-wireless] Re: Cu-wireless digest, Vol 1 #158 - 2 msgs

David Young dyoung at ojctech.com
Thu Jun 27 14:39:20 CDT 2002

That will be two different interfaces, but dhcrelay and dhcpd still
conflict. There is this notion of a "fallback" socket in dhcpd/dhcrelay.
Each creates a "fallback" socket bound to That is the
problem. I am hacking the relay and server to get around that.

Sort of an esoteric IP & IP implementation question that comes up
as I hack the relay and server is, If I've bound UDP sockets to and, will both sockets receive
UDP packets addressed to Which socket or sockets
receive UDP packets addressed to Addressed to (i.e., the broadcast for 192.168.1/24) ?


On Thu, Jun 27, 2002 at 02:09:18PM -0500, stephane_alnet at ureach.com wrote:
> > A station will run both the DHCP server and the relay when it is both
> > a non-leader member of a pod and the leader of an uplink network.
> So that will be on different interfaces; "dhcrelay -i <if-my-pod>", "dhcpd
> <if-uplink>", I'd guess?
> S.

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