I'm trying to get an OSX Lion Server to provide a static route to its clients (all OSX Lion) over DHCP. I can't get the client to actually apply the static route.
So far, I've managed to get the DHCP server (BOOTPD) to actually serve the DHCP OPTION 33 (static_route) on the DHCP offers by editing /etc/bootpd.plist and adding something like:
<key>dhcp_option_33</key> <data>[some base64 goes here]</data>
.. and restarting the DHCP service.
On the client I've managed to get the client to actually request the dhcp option by modifying and adding option 33 to the DHCPRequestedParameterList key:
<key>DHCPRequestedParameterList</key> <array> ... keys snipped for brevity ... <integer>33</integer> </array>
.. and rebooting the client. This makes the client request the static_route option from the DHCP server ( i can see the proper output in ipconfig getpacket en0 ) but it doesn't actually apply the rule.
Has anyone ever succeeded in applying static_route options on OSX clients through DHCP?