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  • Update mindi-busybox to 1.18.3 to avoid problems with the tar command which is now failing on recent versions with busybox 1.7.3
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1# DO NOT EDIT. This file is generated from Config.src
3# For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
4# see scripts/kbuild/config-language.txt.
9config UDHCPD
10    bool "udhcp server (udhcpd)"
11    default y
12    depends on PLATFORM_LINUX
13    help
14      udhcpd is a DHCP server geared primarily toward embedded systems,
15      while striving to be fully functional and RFC compliant.
17config DHCPRELAY
18    bool "dhcprelay"
19    default y
20    depends on UDHCPD
21    help
22      dhcprelay listens for dhcp requests on one or more interfaces
23      and forwards these requests to a different interface or dhcp
24      server.
27    bool "Lease display utility (dumpleases)"
28    default y
29    depends on UDHCPD
30    help
31      dumpleases displays the leases written out by the udhcpd server.
32      Lease times are stored in the file by time remaining in lease, or
33      by the absolute time that it expires in seconds from epoch.
36    bool "Rewrite the lease file at every new acknowledge"
37    default y
38    depends on UDHCPD
39    help
40      If selected, udhcpd will write a new file with leases every
41      time a new lease has been accepted, thus eliminating the need
42      to send SIGUSR1 for the initial writing or updating. Any timed
43      rewriting remains undisturbed
46    string "Absolute path to lease file"
47    default "/var/lib/misc/udhcpd.leases"
48    depends on UDHCPD
49    help
50      udhcpd stores addresses in a lease file. This is the absolute path
51      of the file. Normally it is safe to leave it untouched.
53config UDHCPC
54    bool "udhcp client (udhcpc)"
55    default y
56    depends on PLATFORM_LINUX
57    help
58      udhcpc is a DHCP client geared primarily toward embedded systems,
59      while striving to be fully functional and RFC compliant.
61      The udhcp client negotiates a lease with the DHCP server and
62      runs a script when a lease is obtained or lost.
65    bool "Verify that the offered address is free, using ARP ping"
66    default y
67    depends on UDHCPC
68    help
69      If selected, udhcpc will send ARP probes and make sure
70      the offered address is really not in use by anyone. The client
71      will DHCPDECLINE the offer if the address is in use,
72      and restart the discover process.
75    bool "Enable '-P port' option for udhcpd and udhcpc"
76    default y
77    depends on UDHCPD || UDHCPC
78    help
79      At the cost of ~300 bytes, enables -P port option.
80      This feature is typically not needed.
82config UDHCP_DEBUG
83    int "Maximum verbosity level for udhcp applets (0..9)"
84    default 9
85    range 0 9
86    depends on UDHCPD || UDHCPC || DHCPRELAY
87    help
88      Verbosity can be increased with multiple -v options.
89      This option controls how high it can be cranked up.
91      Bigger values result in bigger code. Levels above 1
92      are very verbose and useful for debugging only.
94config FEATURE_UDHCP_RFC3397
95    bool "Support for RFC3397 domain search (experimental)"
96    default y
97    depends on UDHCPD || UDHCPC
98    help
99      If selected, both client and server will support passing of domain
100      search lists via option 119, specified in RFC 3397,
101      and SIP servers option 120, specified in RFC 3361.
104    string "Absolute path to config script"
105    default "/usr/share/udhcpc/default.script"
106    depends on UDHCPC
107    help
108      This script is called after udhcpc receives an answer. See
109      examples/udhcp for a working example. Normally it is safe
110      to leave this untouched.
113    int "DHCP options slack buffer size"
114    default 80
115    range 0 924
116    depends on UDHCPD || UDHCPC
117    help
118      Some buggy DHCP servers send DHCP offer packets with option
119      field larger than we expect (which might also be considered a
120      buffer overflow attempt). These packets are normally discarded.
121      If circumstances beyond your control force you to support such
122      servers, this may help. The upper limit (924) makes dhcpc accept
123      even 1500 byte packets (maximum-sized ethernet packets).
125      This option does not make dhcp[cd] emit non-standard
126      sized packets.
128      Known buggy DHCP servers:
129      3Com OfficeConnect Remote 812 ADSL Router:
130        seems to confuse maximum allowed UDP packet size with
131        maximum size of entire IP packet, and sends packets which are
132        28 bytes too large.
133      Seednet (ISP) VDSL: sends packets 2 bytes too large.
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