DHCP Option Processing, Explained
draft-dhankins-atomic-dhcp-00

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Author David Hankins 
Last updated 2006-10-05
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This Internet-Draft is no longer active. A copy of the expired Internet-Draft can be found at
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Abstract

Most protocol developers ask themselves if a protocol will work, or work efficiently. These are important questions, but another less frequently considered is wether the proposed protocol changes present themselves barriers to adoption by deployed software (more importantly, needlessly so). This document seeks to provide information on the challenges to DHCP Option software implementers, and in doing so to provide guidance to prospective DHCP Option authors to help them produce options that are easily adoptable.

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David Hankins (David_Hankins@isc.org)

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