net/isc-dhclient4: security update net/isc-dhcp4: security update net/isc-dhcpd4: security update net/isc-dhcrelay4: security update Revisions pulled up: - net/isc-dhclient4/Makefile 1.7 - net/isc-dhcp4/Makefile 1.9-1.10 - net/isc-dhcp4/Makefile.common 1.18-1.19 - net/isc-dhcp4/distinfo 1.14-1.15 - net/isc-dhcpd4/Makefile 1.7 --- Module Name: pkgsrc Committed By: jperkin Date: Wed Feb 6 23:24:19 UTC 2013 Modified Files: pkgsrc/net/isc-dhcp4: Makefile Log Message: PKGREVISION bumps for the security/openssl 1.0.1d update. --- Module Name: pkgsrc Committed By: taca Date: Fri Jan 11 13:35:58 UTC 2013 Modified Files: pkgsrc/net/isc-dhclient4: Makefile pkgsrc/net/isc-dhcp4: Makefile.common distinfo pkgsrc/net/isc-dhcpd4: Makefile Log Message: Update ISC DHCP to 4.2.5. Changes are too many to write here, please refer RELNOTES. --- Module Name: pkgsrc Committed By: taca Date: Tue Mar 26 16:25:06 UTC 2013 Modified Files: pkgsrc/net/isc-dhcp4: Makefile Makefile.common distinfo Log Message: Update ISC DHCP packages to 4.2.5p1 (4.2.5-P1). isc-dhclient4 isc-dhcp4 isc-dhcpd4 isc-dhcrelay4
problems. For more detail, please refer: http://ftp.isc.org/isc/dhcp/dhcp-4.2.1-P1-RELNOTES
ISC DHCP 4.1.x will have several new DHCPv6 features that were not in DHCP 4.0.x. These new features include: * Support for the rapid-commit option on the client side * Prefix Delegation support * IA_TA address support * A basic DHCPv6 relay agent * basic DHCPv6 Leasequery support
configuration files and binaries in a number of cases. This should hopefully fix them all. Without this patch they look in /etc only and fail to start if the file is not present.
freely redistributable reference implementation of all aspects of DHCP, through a suite of DHCP tools: * A DHCP server * A DHCP client * A DHCP relay agent These tools all use a modular API which is designed to be sufficiently general that it can easily be made to work on POSIX-compliant operating systems and also non-POSIX systems like Windows NT and MacOS. The DHCP server, client and relay agent are provided both as reference implementations of the protocol and as working, fully-featured sample implementations. Both the client and the server provide functionality that, while not strictly required by the protocol, is very useful in practice. The DHCP server also makes allowances for non-compliant clients which one might still like to support. This package contains the Server component.