We have some crappy situation where we don't have control over the existing DHCP server on the network and where we need to add another BOOTP/DHCP server with the
Our BOOTP/DHCP server is configured not to give any lease to non-apple devices but sadly, as it is authoritative it sends NAK to clients, preventing the "real" DHCP server to answer properly. As a result, some clients never get an address as long as our additional BOOTP/DHCP server is running.
What I'm looking for is a way for us to to prevent our BOOTP/DHCP (isc-dhcpd) server to ever reply with NAKs but to leave it as "authoritative".
Do you know of a setting to do that ?
Alternatively, is there an iptables rule I can use to only DROP outgoing DHCP NAK responses ? (I know this is crappy, but I don't really have a choice here...)