For example, hostname and MAC address. Syntax is same as for DHCP server options. Note: This feature is available since RouterOS 6. Starting from v5.
Currently received prefix is added to IPv6 pool, which later can be used for example in pppoe server configuration. After interface is added, you can use "print" or "print detail" command to see what parameters DHCP client acquired:. Since RouterOS v6. In some cases administrators tend to set 'router' option which cannot be resolved with offered IP's subnet. For example, DHCP server offers This will result in unresolved default route:.
Now we can further extend the script, to check if address already exist, and remove the old one if changes are needed. Strange, cause this is what we do when we fail to obtain any offer. Then please attach the client-id. I use a Fritzbox v2 as my dhcp server. You mentioned, that you're going to contact server providers, if their solution are affected by the RFC compliance failure. AVM recently released version 6.
It will however not be released for old hardware like mine. Any idea, whether AVM fixed this problem? Dhcp did not work. Thus I rolled back to the "-8" version. However the trick with the dhclient. I'll post the response, if I get an answer.
Thank you. Anyway, it's too long to get an ip with this workaround, it's better to keep the client identifier by default.
It seems you're using the scratch-build from comment 27 , could you also try the one from comment 29 , i. I don't think it's related, but who knows. I know, this is intended for those who don't know the work-around, so they get some address even after long time and let them know that there is a work-around available to avoid the long waiting next time.
Re-trying with empty client-identifier RHBZ Not sure how to understand it now. So it doesn't work with NM but works without it? I think it's NM related because the NM applet displays a spinning arrow. No disconnection after few minutes. I ran into this issue after returning to work from Christmas leave.
Upon returning, I could not connect to our WiFi network although I had been able to connect to a number of other networks. I worked with some engineers to figure out the problem. Our case was slightly different. If DHCP option 61 has historically been set to a host's MAC address, then it is likely that administrators will assume this to be the case.
For DHCP relay agent, the option 82 value used in creating the username is based on the option 82 value that is encoded in the outgoing relayed PDU. I don't think this is a bug anymore. We got a microsoft windows server infrastructure. Kill and restart the DHCP server in debug mode. A Client ID is also added in this message.
Put another way: Fedora 21 users, when asked "what is your MAC address" before adding their computer to a new network need to be cognizant enough to ask "do you mean, what will my host send as DHCP option 61? Thus proposal to fall back on the previous behavior proposed above probably makes sense.
However, I find myself needing to kickstart a F21 network install both the kickstart file and the repositories are only reachable over the network, through a proxy -- long story. I didn't see anything promising in the anaconda manuals, but maybe someone on the cc list for this bug has more recent knowledge? Comment 48 Adam Williamson UTC It'd be good if some of the more recent reporters could test the builds from c29? I believe Jiri is still looking for feedback on them. Comment 49 Bruce Petrie UTC Running F20 on a system that has not had issues with dhcp assigned addresses for quite some time.
I did not put the dhcp-client-identifier entry into the machine. There is no explicit IP entry in hosts file. Version 0. Fedora 21 contains version 4.
Fedora 20 contains version 4. This is explained in comment Can you check whether the workaround does work for you, as you said you haven't tried yet? If it doesn't, you might be running into something else. My initial test triggered the thought was that the router was not handling MAC addresses with case insensitivity.
This is significant since there are web site comments stating that more than one router vendor contracts with that firm for customized firmware. This could account for some of the observed behavior. Wanted to eliminate as many variables has possible by first reverting the router DHCP MAC back to the upper case hex characters and making sure the F21 machine has issues again. Will update after more attempts.
Take care. A fixed address however did work. Therefore I tried the solution with added information in the dhclient. This solved my issue. The DHCP server is configured for static leases. Browse pages. Workflow Info A t tachments 0 Page History. Skip to end of banner. Jira links Read Confirmation. Go to start of metadata. This is selected by default.
Retain leases for clients with Client IDs: Select this option to retain all the leases the client holds. The amount of time taken by the DHCP server to find a lease for a client might increase if you use this option when the pools are almost full. Choosing this option might also increase the amount of active leases in the pools when the client moves from one network to another.
Allow only one lease per client : Select this option to enable one-lease-per-client per Grid member.