I've successfully managed to use the next-server and filename options in
the DHCP server. Is there a way to specify other DHCP extensions? Is
there any work on this? Is it possible to set this information for
specific MAC addresses?
If this is not possible I guess I have to setup a DHCP-server on one of
the machines in my network (probably the file server).
What is the "DHCP relay" page for? Is it something useful for me? Can I
use the m0n0wall as a redundant DHCP server (if my file server fails)?
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