Release Notes: This release fixes compilation, routing issues on Linux, and more.
Release Notes: A crash on MIPS has been fixed. This release will default to requesting interface MTU, and save and restore interface MTU when changing. IP whitelist has been added. Detection of correct dstaddr for PtP interfaces at startup has been fixed. This release ensures that the lease and pidfile directories exist at startup.
Release Notes: The ServerID requirement in DHCP messages can be toggled in dhcpcd.conf. If MTU is requested, it won't be applied if it's less than 576. A minimum lease time of 20 seconds is enforced.
Release Notes: The -n option now starts dhcpcd if it is not already started. The 29-lookup-hostname hook was installed by default, but was skipped in dhcpcd.conf. A warning about missing directories if we don't have any existing state was fixed. Compiling on some Linux distributions regarding linux/wireless.h was fixed. A crash when getifaddrs(3) returns NULL ifa_addr was fixed.
Release Notes: Compile warnings on Sparc64 were silenced. Existing address detection was fixed.
Release Notes: A single daemon can now run DHCP on multiple interfaces at the same time. Configuration profiles may be set per interface, ssid, arping, and fallback. The program now listens to third party programs changing routing information. DHCP INFORM over PPP is supported. Static options for a destination address can be configured. A control socket was implemented so third party programs can control or listen directly to dhcpcd events. dhcpcd is now also a BOOTP client.
Release Notes: DHCP messages without a ServerID are ignored.
Release Notes: Fixes include checking poll for POLLERR and POLLNVAL, and only opening raw sockets when there is a link. dhcpcd now logs to LOG_DAEMON instead of LOG_LOCAL0.
Release Notes: This release reports the correct IPv4LL address being used after a probe (cosmetic). It fixes changing to the INIT state after failing to send a packet.
Release Notes: ARP checking has been moved to after the REQUEST to be more RFC2131 conforming.