0.7 released

The shiny new version 0.7 is available now. The new release comes at least with the following new features:

  • Prefix delegation now REALLY works
  • Routes for prefixes get set and removed – even after a reboot
  • Allow to inject a dynamically changed prefix at runtime
  • Added support for option 56 – NTP servers
  • Added support for request limits to mitigate wild clients
  • Allow to ignore unknown clients
  • Fixes and optimizations

Get it at https://dhcpy6d.ifw-dresden.de/download/!

0.5 released

The last prerelease 0.4.99 appeared to be stable enough so now the 0.5 is released. Most notable changes compared to last stable one are:

  • Allow using PostgreSQL database for volatile and config storage
  • Added –prefix option to be used for dynamic prefixes
  • Added category ‘dns’ for DNS-based IP-address retrieval
  • Systemd-integration for CentOS 7 and Debian 8
  • Reply CONFIRM requests with NotOnLink to force clients to get new address

As always available at https://dhcpy6d.ifw-dresden.de/download/.

0.4.99 released

A pre-release of the upcoming version 0.5 is available now. The new release comes with the following new features:

  • Allow using PostgreSQL database for volatile and config storage
  • Added –prefix option to be used for dynamic prefixes
  • Added category ‘dns’ for DNS-based IP-address retrieval
  • Systemd-integration for CentOS 7 and Debian 8
  • Reply CONFIRM requests with NotOnLink to force clients to get new address

Get it at https://dhcpy6d.ifw-dresden.de/download/

0.4.2 released

Fixed usage of fixed addresses in dhcpy6d-clients.conf, fixed DNSUpdate() to update default class clients too, show warning if deprecated prefix_length is used in address definitions, set socket to non-blocking to avoid freeze, increase MAC/LLIP cache time from 30s to 300s because of laggy clients, removed useless prefix length, rRetry query on MySQL reconnect bugfix

0.4 released

Listen on VLAN interfaces, accesses neighbor cache natively on Linux, allows empty answers, do not cache MAC/LLIP addresses longterm as default, ability to generate server DUID, complete manpages, more complete configuration correctness checks and fixed single address definition error.