From O'Reilly's book "TCP/IP Network Administration":
option ip-forwarding 0 | 1;
Specifies if the client should do IP forwarding. 0 disables IP forwarding, and 1 enables it.
The only IP forwarding system I'm aware of is the one defined in
/proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward. From my point of view, this behavious requires some server capabilities.
I don't understand why a DHCP server should decide such things for a client. So I'm wondering if it's the same IP forwarding we're talking about here.
Is it the same "IP forwarding" system we're talking about here?