On Son, 2005-02-13 at 12:50 -0500, Chris Dickens wrote:
> What can we say? ISC dhcpd is the standard - why deviate?
Because we are wasting space with it? If dnsmasq is not the standard why
are we using it then for DNS instead of bind?
The funny thing is: We are not providing a full featured DNS server but
a full featured DHCP server wich is not fully configurable. We are using
an alternate implementation of a DNS server, dnsmasq, wich can do
exactly the same as we do with the DHCP server.
Raffaele Sandrini <rasa at gmx dot ch>