BOOTP/DHCP and hostname
alex at wmi.com
Fri Jun 3 13:42:31 UTC 2005
I am working on an RTEMS application where I am configuring the network
interface to use BOOTP/DHCP to get the IP address for the system.
In order for a user application to connect to the system, I would like to
specify the network hostname of the system and I would prefer not having
to configure the DHCP daemon with this information. This would allow the
user application to connect to the system without knowing the IP or mac
In the network configuration structure, there is an entry for the RTEMS
application to provide a hostname. It seems that this hostname is only
used locally and does not get included in the bootp request packet.
Is there currently a way for an RTEMS application to provide the DNS
server with its local hostname?
What would be the downsize of modifying the bootp request packet to include
the host name option?
Alex Holeczy (alex at wmi.com)
Communication Automation Corporation (CAC) www.cacdsp.com www.wmi.com
1180 McDermott Drive, West Chester, PA 19380
800-367-6735 Ext. 122 or 610-692-9526 Ext. 122 (Voice)
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