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WebDHCP is intended to ease the administrative burden of network administrators that use ISC's DHCP server on a UNIX platform. This program allows the administrator to query, add, delete, or modify most entries in DHCP from the web. This also allows the network administrator to give other administrators access to add their own printers etc. The backend is all encrypted from the Web Server to the DHCP Server.


Recent releases

  •  24 May 2001 20:38

    Release Notes: The previous release had a major bug on the server side with a missing "$ENV{PATH}", which caused the server to stall. Minor bugs with "" have also been fixed. The documentation in "webdhcp_client.cgi" was modified, and it should make some sense now. The "KSU" reference was also removed from the heading of the webpages.

    •  21 May 2001 21:17

      Release Notes: Major updates were made in this release. Several problems with the install.bin and uninstall.bin scripts were fixed. The comments in the webdhcp_client.conf file were further refined. A couple of bugs with webdhcp_client.cgi script were fixed.

      •  14 May 2001 20:34

        Release Notes: Major documentation improvements, a fix for the "" Makefile script, and more documentation in the Perl modules and scripts.

        •  14 May 2001 00:01

          Release Notes: Install and uninstall scripts have been added. The documentation has been cleaned up, and portability has been refined.

          •  10 May 2001 02:03

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            19 May 2001 15:31 acpp

            Documentation Update
            The documentation on the main web page has been updated. I have not gotten much feedback from people regarding problems encountered with the program. Let me know if you have any concerns, I will address them as soon as possible.



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