FreeRadius DHCP against LDAP

Nikolaos Milas nmilas at
Wed Sep 11 16:37:41 CEST 2013

On 11/9/2013 5:05 μμ, Arran Cudbard-Bell wrote:

> Define production-ready...

Production-ready DHCP Server: A DHCP Server that can be used as such in 
a real-life, mission-critical, organizational environment, i.e. in a 
network where clients (hosts) will only get an IP address if and only if 
the DHCP Server behaves as expected.

I was referring to the:

#               !!!! WARNING !!!!
#       This code is experimental, and SHOULD NOT be used in a
#       production system.  It is intended for validation and
#       experimentation ONLY."

My understanding is that the term "production system" implies the 
definition above.

Does the reference to "code" apply to the configuration file only 
(sites-available/dhcp) or to the DHCP FreeRadius module (as I have 
probably misunderstood)?

Please, clarify.


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