RE: [dhcwg] Conflicting information regarding DHCP options 82 and 83.

"Bernie Volz (EUD)" <Bernie.Volz@am1.ericsson.se> Fri, 11 October 2002 12:24 UTC

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From: "Bernie Volz (EUD)" <Bernie.Volz@am1.ericsson.se>
To: "'Thomas Narten'" <narten@us.ibm.com>
Cc: "'John Schnizlein'" <jschnizl@cisco.com>, "Woundy, Richard" <RWoundy@broadband.att.com>, dhcwg@ietf.org
Subject: RE: [dhcwg] Conflicting information regarding DHCP options 82 and 83.
Date: Fri, 11 Oct 2002 07:22:34 -0500
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Thomas:

We are already working with IANA. They are willing to update the
options list with the specific references to RFCs (as I have
provided them). (As well as correct a few minor errors spotted
by Ted and IANA themselves.)

They will deassign the old options once Ralph works this through
the IETF/DHC WG to assure that there are no objections.

- Bernie

-----Original Message-----
From: Thomas Narten [mailto:narten@us.ibm.com]
Sent: Thursday, October 10, 2002 10:20 PM
To: Bernie Volz (EUD)
Cc: 'John Schnizlein'; Woundy, Richard; dhcwg@ietf.org
Subject: Re: [dhcwg] Conflicting information regarding DHCP options 82
and 83. 


> How do we officially get these comments to IANA? Is this something Ralph
> would handle?

The IANA web pages are not necessarily organized ideally. I'm sure
they'd welcome specific suggestions on how to make them better or to
have more specific information to include. For example, a number of
options don't point to an RFC or other document. If folks could fill
in that info, getting it up on the web page would be good.

Process wise, having Ralph provide a list to IANA that has been
reviewed by the WG would be great. (This goes for suggestions on
retiring old options as well.)

Look at the list below. Can folks fill in pointers to where the option
is documented  there is none now:


   80      Naming Authority         N    naming authority 
   81      Client FQDN              N    Fully Qualified Domain Name   [DRAFT-IETF-DHC-FQDN-OPTION] 
   82      Relay Agent Information  N    Relay Agent Information       [RFC3046] 
   83      Agent Remote ID          N    Agent Remote ID               
   84      Agent Subnet Mask        N    Agent Subnet Mask             
   85      NDS Servers              N    Novell Directory Services     [RFC2241] 
   86      NDS Tree Name            N    Novell Directory Services     [RFC2241] 
   87      NDS Context              N    Novell Directory Services     [RFC2241] 
   88      IEEE 1003.1 POSIX        N    IEEE 1003.1 POSIX Timezone 
   89      FQDN                     N    Fully Qualified Domain Name 
   90      Authentication           N    Authentication                [RFC3118] 
   91      Vines TCP/IP             N    Vines TCP/IP Server Option 
   92      Server Selection         N    Server Selection Option 
   93      Client System            N    Client System Architecture 
   94      Client NDI               N    Client Network Device Interface 
   95      LDAP                     N    Lightweight Directory Access Protocol 
   96      IPv6 Transitions         N    IPv6 Transitions 
   97      UUID/GUID                N    UUID/GUID-based Client Identifier 
   98      User-Auth                N    Open Group's User Authentication [RFC2485] 
   99      Unassigned 
   100     Printer Name             N    Printer Name 
   101     MDHCP                    N    DHCP multicast address 
   102-107 REMOVED/Unassigned 
   108     Swap Path                N    Swap Path Option 
   109     Unassigned 
   110     IPX Compatability        N    IPX Compatability 
   111     Unassigned 
   112     Netinfo Address          N    NetInfo Parent Server Address 
   113     Netinfo Tag              N    NetInfo Parent Server Tag 
   114     URL                      N    URL 
   115     Failover                 N    DHCP Failover Protocol 
   116     Auto-Config              N    DHCP Auto-Configuration       [RFC2563] 
   117     Name Service Search      N    Name Service Search           [RFC2937] 
   118     Subnet Selection Option  4    Subnet Selection Option       [RFC3011] 
   119     Domain Search            N    DNS domain serach list        [RFCABOB] 
   120     SIP Servers DHCP Option  N    SIP Servers DHCP Option       [RFC3361] 
   121     Classless Static Route   N    Classless Static Route Option [RFCCSR7] 
           Option 
   122-125 Unassigned 
   126     Extension                N    Extension 
   127     Extension                N    Extension 
   128-254 Private Use 
   255     End                      0    None                          [RFC2132] 



Thomas