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diff -up dhcp-4.2.5b1/common/dhcp-options.5.rfc5970 dhcp-4.2.5b1/common/dhcp-options.5
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--- dhcp-4.2.5b1/common/dhcp-options.5.rfc5970	2012-12-17 13:43:44.000000000 +0100
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+++ dhcp-4.2.5b1/common/dhcp-options.5	2012-12-17 13:45:18.777638579 +0100
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@@ -1771,7 +1771,48 @@ The \fBlq-relay-data\fR option is used i
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 The \fBlq-client-link\fR option is used internally by for lease query.
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 .RE
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 .PP
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+
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+.B option
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+.B dhcp6.bootfile-url
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+.I string 
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+.B ;
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+.RS 0.25i
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+.PP
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+The server sends this option to inform the client about a URL to a
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+boot file.  Used primarily for UEFI network booting, it contains an RFC3986
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+compliant URI which the client may use to boot an operating system.  This option
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+is defined in RFC5970
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 .RE
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+.PP
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+
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+.B option
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+.B dhcp6.arch-type
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+.I arch-id \fR[\fB,\fR arch-id\fR...] 
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+.B ;
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+.RS 0.25i
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+.PP
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+A client will send this option to a server so that the server may make decisions
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+on what options and addresses to offer the requesting client.  The option
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+consists of a list of 16 bit unsigned values that represent the architecture of
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+the requesting client.  These values corespond to the values available to the
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+dhcpv4 option architecture-type, as defined in RFC4578, section 2.1.
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+This option is defined in RFC5970
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+ .RE
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+.PP
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+
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+.B option
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+.B dhcp6.net-id
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+.I uint8 uint8 uint8 
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+.B ;
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+.RS 0.25i
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+.PP
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+A client will send this option to a server to inform it about the clients level
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+of UNDI support.  The option consists of 3 octets (a type, major and minor
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+value).  Specific meanings of these values are doumented in section 2.2 of
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+RFC4578.
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+This option is defined in RFC5970
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+.RE
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+.PP
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 .SH DEFINING NEW OPTIONS
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 The Internet Systems Consortium DHCP client and server provide the
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 capability to define new options.  Each DHCP option has a name, a
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diff -up dhcp-4.2.5b1/common/tables.c.rfc5970 dhcp-4.2.5b1/common/tables.c
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--- dhcp-4.2.5b1/common/tables.c.rfc5970	2012-12-17 13:43:44.204939024 +0100
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+++ dhcp-4.2.5b1/common/tables.c	2012-12-17 13:43:44.286937948 +0100
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@@ -463,6 +463,18 @@ static struct option dhcpv6_options[] =
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 	{ "lq-relay-data", "6X",		&dhcpv6_universe, 47, 1 },
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 	{ "lq-client-link", "6A",		&dhcpv6_universe, 48, 1 },
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+			/* RFC5970 OPTIONS */
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+
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+	{ "bootfile-url", "t",			&dhcpv6_universe, 59, 1},
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+#if 0
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+	/* Can't implement this until arrays of strings with length "StA"
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+	 * are implemented
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+	 */
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+	{ "bootfile-param", "StA",		&dhcpv6_universe, 60, 1},
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+#endif
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+	{ "arch-type", "Sa",			&dhcpv6_universe, 61, 1},
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+	{ "net-id", "BBB",			&dhcpv6_universe, 62, 1},
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+
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 	{ NULL, NULL, NULL, 0, 0 }
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 };
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diff -up dhcp-4.2.5b1/includes/dhcp6.h.rfc5970 dhcp-4.2.5b1/includes/dhcp6.h
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--- dhcp-4.2.5b1/includes/dhcp6.h.rfc5970	2012-12-04 20:45:42.000000000 +0100
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+++ dhcp-4.2.5b1/includes/dhcp6.h	2012-12-17 13:43:44.286937948 +0100
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@@ -75,6 +75,11 @@
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 #define D6O_CLT_TIME				46 /* RFC5007 */
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 #define D6O_LQ_RELAY_DATA			47 /* RFC5007 */
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 #define D6O_LQ_CLIENT_LINK			48 /* RFC5007 */
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+/* 49-58 Not yet assigned */
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+#define D60_BOOT_URL				59 /* RFC5970 */
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+#define D60_BOOT_PARAMS				60 /* RFC5970 */
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+#define D60_CLIENT_ARCH				61 /* RFC5970 */
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+#define D60_CLIENT_NII				62 /* RFC5970 */
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 /* 
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  * Status Codes, from RFC 3315 section 24.4, and RFC 3633, 5007.