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1 DHCP uses too much memory: reducing dhcp memory consumption by careful use of range6 statements

Summary: DHCP can use significantly more memory than anticipated for DHCPv6 subnets; how much memory is consumed can be significantly reduced by strategic use of range6 statements, supplemented by static host assignments (real or dummy). There are two options:…

2 Avoiding infinite loops (that can cause dhcpd to segfault or crash)

"With great power comes great responsibility"Infinite Loops The configuration language used for ISC DHCP is quite complex and provides the administrator with a great deal of power to affect the processing of the server and, to a lesser degree, the client.…