[dhcwg] doubt in rfc 3046

AJAY BANSAL <bansal@india.hp.com> Tue, 04 September 2001 11:00 UTC

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Can anyone help in this:

In a client's dhcp request, which a DHCP server
recieves, can both,
the 'client id' option as well as the 'remote
client id'
(relay agent sub-option)  be present?
If yes, then will there be any significance of
client id field in such cases,
since client is not a trustworthy component?
Is it must for the server to copy the client id
back in its reply?

with regards
Ajay Bansal.

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