network DHCP or BootP server discover
dhcp_probe attempts to discover DHCP and BootP servers on a directly-attached
Ethernet network. A network administrator can use this tool to locate un-
authorized DHCP and BootP servers.
Essentially, dhcp_probe mimics a BootP or DHCP client in a variety of
possible states, attempting to provoke responses from servers.
README for dhcp_probe
This is dhcp_probe.
dhcp_probe is intended to be used by a network administrator to
locate unknown BootP and DHCP servers on a directly-attached network.
This software was created by the Network Systems Group at Princeton University's
Office of Information Technology, networking at princeton dot edu.
It was written by Irwin Tillman.
It is available from: http://www.net.pr
dhcp-probe (1.3.0-3) unstable; urgency=low
This version is "build-depend" on dpkg-dev (>=1.15.4) because the architecture
detection system. In addition, this version of dhcp-probe fit the 3.8.3 policy
dhcp-probe (1.3.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
New upstream version (1.3.0) packaging, closing bug #522000.
This version includes new scripts (alert_program_name2 and
README for extras
dhcp_probe.cf.sample is a sample dhcp_probe configuration file. You may find
it useful to use as a template.
dhcp_probe_notify2 is a sample alert program, suitable for specification
via the alert_program_name2 configuration file statement. It is a Perl script
that sends email. If you choose to use, it, install it someplace on your system
where the dhcp_probe daemon can exe
dhcp_probe NEWS - history of user-visible changes.
See the file ChangeLog for the details of all c
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dhcp-probe (1.3.0-10) unstable; urgency=low
* Fix rules script (add build-arch and build-indep ta
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