[Dibbler] 02-02-2007 CVS - prefix deleation pb

MINODIER David RD-RESA-LAN david.minodier at orange-ftgroup.com
Fri Feb 2 17:14:39 CET 2007


Hi,
first of all, congrads: the dibbler suite is good, well maintained, and
mainly well documented !

I just tried the very last (today) CVS snapshot... and... I get an
unexpected error when doing prefix delegation between a client and a
server.
At initialisation, the client goes:

2007.02.02 16:10:14 Client Notice    My pid (18246) is stored in
/var/lib/dibbler/client.pid
2007.02.02 16:10:14 Client Notice    Detected iface dti0/67,
MAC=00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00.
2007.02.02 16:10:14 Client Notice    Detected iface sit0/5,
MAC=00:00:00:00.
2007.02.02 16:10:14 Client Notice    Detected iface eth1/4,
MAC=00:0a:5e:54:fe:f3.
2007.02.02 16:10:14 Client Notice    Detected iface eth0/3,
MAC=00:0a:5e:54:fa:0b.
2007.02.02 16:10:14 Client Notice    Detected iface eth2/2,
MAC=00:16:17:3e:49:59.
2007.02.02 16:10:14 Client Notice    Detected iface lo/1,
MAC=00:00:00:00:00:00.
2007.02.02 16:10:14 Client Notice    Parsing /etc/dibbler/client.conf
config file...
--------------------------
*2007.02.02 16:10:14 Client Critical  Config parse error: line 21,
unexpected [prefix-delegation] token.*
--------------------------
2007.02.02 16:10:14 Client Debug     Parsing /etc/dibbler/client.conf
done, result=1
2007.02.02 16:10:14 Client Critical  Fatal error during config parsing.
2007.02.02 16:10:14 Client Critical  Fatal error during CfgMgr
initialization.
2007.02.02 16:10:14 Client Notice    Bye bye.
2007.02.02 16:10:14 Client Debug     ClntCfgMgr cleanup.
2007.02.02 16:10:14 Client Debug     ClntIfaceMgr cleanup.

with the client.conf as follows:
cat /etc/dibbler/client.conf
#log-mode short

# 7 = omit debug messages
#log-level 7
# pd {
#    3049:2342:2342:2342/64
#}
iface "eth0" {
 ia
 option dns-server
 option domain
 #option fqdn krystyna.fqdn.org
 option prefix-delegation
}


It does not seem to support the "prefix-delegation" directive anymore...

has this directive been renamed in this new release ? 
I must say that I haven't investigated at all so far...

Thx !

David Minodier.




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