[OpenIndiana-discuss] isc-dhcp client
gary at genashor.com
Fri Sep 7 13:12:32 UTC 2012
Actually, since I'm only interested in prefix delegation, I tried an
My external nic is bge0 and my internal nic is bge1.
I have ipfilter set up currently to allow everything on ipv6:
pass in on any all
pass out on any all
When I start dhclient to get the address block from the DHCPv6 server:
dhclient -6 -P -v bge0
I fail with a "No route to host" message. The full output is:
Internet Systems Consortium DHCP Client 4.2.4-P1
Copyright 2004-2012 Internet Systems Consortium.
All rights reserved.
For info, please visit https://www.isc.org/software/dhcp/
execve (/sbin/dhclient-script, ...): No such file or directory
Bound to *:546
Listening on Socket/bge0
Sending on Socket/bge0
PRC: Soliciting for leases (INIT).
XMT: Forming Solicit, 0 ms elapsed.
XMT: X-- IA_PD 3d:13:03:a3
XMT: | X-- Request renew in +3600
XMT: | X-- Request rebind in +5400
XMT: Solicit on bge0, interval 1010ms.
send_packet6: No route to host
dhc6: send_packet6() sent -1 of 52 bytes
It fails on a sendmsg() call to a socket that's opened for broadcast.
Is this something I'm doing wrong in ipfilter or am I missing something
else? For example, do I need to set up a logical or virtual nic on bge0?
On 9/6/12 10:23 AM, Gary Mills wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 06, 2012 at 10:06:15AM -0400, Gary Gendel wrote:
>> Whoops! Make that "I was wondering if I should include the client".
> I guessed that was it. I'd expect the client to be in a separate
> package since it should replace `dhcpagent' and possibly `dhcpinfo'
> and `in.ndpd', and might require changes to the SMF services that
> start them. As well, all OI machines will require the client but only
> a few will require the server.
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