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Re: Retiring dhclient
On 24/11/2011 06:35, David Young wrote:
On Wed, Nov 23, 2011 at 10:57:48PM +0000, Roy Marples wrote:
On Fri, 2011-11-18 at 09:58 -0600, David Young wrote:
This is one of those cases where the DHCP client should use a hook to
decide. You definitely don't want to hard-code the policy.
(I like dhcpcd a lot, really, but sometimes it has hard-coded a policy
where there was already precedent for different people setting different
Can you give examples of these hard coded policies?
I'd to take the challenge of providing a dhcpcd.conf entry to make it
work how you like, or patch dhcpcd to make it so :)
On Wed, Nov 23, 2011 at 10:30:48PM +0000, Roy Marples wrote:
I don't know if you covered it, but currently dhcpcd by default requests
an MTU from the DHCP server and if given and valid, sets it.
All too easy! In dhcpcd.conf that ships you can find this entry
# Respect the network MTU.
Simply comment it out or remove it.
You could also set
Which would strip it from the DHCP message if the server forces it on
you as well.
It's harcoded in the same why that a US keyboard is by default. Although
you could argue that a typical end user should neither know nor care
about MTU. I am loath to change it, as a lot of other OSes ship with it
default to request and set.
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