[OpenWrt-Devel] Default dhcp (client) hostname is unset - Luci implies $(hostname)
aczlan+openwrt at gmail.com
Tue Oct 7 20:46:58 EDT 2014
On Tue, Oct 7, 2014 at 7:02 PM, Justin Vallon <justinvallon at gmail.com> wrote:
> So either:
> 1) The dhcp hostname option should be blank to indicate no default value
> (maintain current behavior)
> 2) When udhcpc is invoked, it should pass "-H $(hostname)" in case of
> default (make backend behave as Luci implies)
> IMO: I find it nice that many hosts pass their hostname automatically,
> so that the DHCP active lease list is useful, versus a lot of "?"
> entries and ethernet addresses. So, I would vote for 2.
> Opinions? Where would this bug get posted? (wiki.openwrt.org is down,
> so I cannot check the wiki)
The wiki is working for me now... That info is stored on a per
interface basis in /etc/config/network (see Link) and is not set by
default, although it may pull from /etc/config/system (see Link) if
unset in /etc/config/network.
The default value in /etc/config/system is 'OpenWrt'
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