\s-1dhcp\s0 packet dumper
dhcpdump [-h regular-expression] -i interface
This command parses the output of tcpdump to display the dhcp-packets for easier checking and debugging.
dhcpdump -i /dev/fxp0
If you want to filter a specific Client Hardware Address (\s-1CHADDR\s0), then you can specifiy it as a regular expressions:
dhcpdump -i /dev/fxp0 -h ^00:c0:4f
This will display only the packets with Client Hardware Addresses which start with 00:c0:4f.
TIME: 15:45:02.084272 IP: 0.0.0.0.68 (0:c0:4f:82:ac:7f) > 255.255.255.255.67 (ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff) OP: 1 (BOOTPREQUEST) HTYPE: 1 (Ethernet) HLEN: 6 HOPS: 0 XID: 28f61b03 SECS: 0 FLAGS: 0 CIADDR: 0.0.0.0 YIADDR: 0.0.0.0 SIADDR: 0.0.0.0 GIADDR: 0.0.0.0 CHADDR: 00:c0:4f:82:ac:7f:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00 SNAME: . FNAME: . OPTION: 53 ( 1) DHCP message type 3 (DHCPREQUEST) OPTION: 54 ( 4) Server identifier 220.127.116.11 OPTION: 50 ( 4) Request IP address 18.104.22.168 OPTION: 55 ( 7) Parameter Request List 1 (Subnet mask) 3 (Routers) 58 (T1) 59 (T2)
At the option field, the first field is the value of the option, the second one (between brackets) is the length of the option-datafield, the third field is the name of the option, the fourth field is the data of the option.
Privileged access is often needed for accessing the interface.
Not all the parameter options are printed verbose, because of lack of documentation. Not all the options are tested, because of lack of clients/servers with these options. If you have a dump of one of them, please send them to me and I'll incorperate them.
Ralph Droms and Ted Lemons \*(L"The \s-1DHCP\s0 Handbook\*(R", \s-1ISBN\s0 1-57870-137-6.
Peter Apian-Bennewitz <[email protected]> for his Client Hardware Address filtering
Edwin Groothuis, [email protected] (http://www.mavetju.org)
dhcpd\|(8), tcpdump\|(1), \s-1RFC2132\s0