[Dibbler-devel] inactive-mode option doesn't work
kjedrzejczyk at icotera.com
Fri Jul 6 09:17:57 CEST 2018
W dniu 05.07.2018 o 16:41, Petr Pisar pisze:
> On Thu, Jul 05, 2018 at 02:04:06PM +0200, Karol Jędrzejczyk wrote:
>> I need to configure DHCPv6 server for prefix delegation over PPPoE. The
>> problem with this is that the PPP interfaces don't exist when the server
>> starts. Dibbler has an option to ignore non-existing interfaces called
>> "inactive-mode", but despite having it in my /etc/dibbler.conf I still
>> get errors:
> Are you sure you edited /etc/dibbler/server.conf? Because server does not use
My mistake, the file is obviously /etc/dibbler/server.conf
> Server should support inactive mode. I have few servers were some interfaces
> do not exist at dibbler start and they overall work. I only know about a
> race condition that causes the server to crash when starting, but I has not
> yet managed to debug it.
In my case those are ppp interfaces. I don't know if it matters.
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