[dhcwg] Option 60 VCI

Jake Howerton <jake@nettera.net> Thu, 22 April 2004 22:36 UTC

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Do all clients transmit option 60?  I am trying to separate devices on my
network and am looking to find out if linksys and other consumer routers
transmit option 60 as well as consumer and enterprise Aps like the Orinoco
AP1000.  I have my cable modems working with this method.  If there are any
other effective ways to do this, suggestions are appreciated.

Jake Howerton


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