[Dibbler] Hello quick question about dibbler and openbsd
slymidnight at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 28 23:27:48 CEST 2012
I just have a quick question about running dibbler client on OpenBSD 5.1 i386. I downloaded and compiled dibbler-0.8.2 on my OpenBSD 5.1 router I use for my Comcast connection in the hopes of being able to use the dibbler-client to help obtain DHCPv6 info from my upstream comcast router.
I currently do this with the help of TWO other dhcp clients and a modified dhclient.script. I'd rather this was more stream lined such that I could include it into my router's boot scripts.
However when I run dibbler-client as root with a configured /etc/dibbler/client.conf file, it just spends it's time soliciting and not apparently getting any replies. I know this shouldn't be because I can easily get isc-dhcp to get an IP and even a Prefix Delegation. I just have to use the second client to get the DNS server options and finally a third script to extract the default route which neither apparently support (the main reason I wanted to use dibbler).
What am I missing to make this work? I can include a copy of my client.conf file if attachments are allowed.
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