[LEDE-DEV] netifd: "bridge: disable IGMP snooping by default"

Dave Täht dave at taht.net
Sat Jan 21 11:51:02 PST 2017

On 1/21/17 11:44 AM, Daniel Dickinson wrote:
> On Sat, 21 Jan 2017 03:50:50 +0000
> Eric Luehrsen <ericluehrsen at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> Dave,
>> May I quote you for pull requests to achieve "dnsmasq: make DHCPv6
>> work in standalone dnsmasq installation":
>> https://github.com/lede-project/source/pull/704
>> https://github.com/lede-project/source/pull/674


> Is there any interest / any effort to use the ISC DHCP server instead
> of either dnsmasq and/or odhcpd on bigger devices?  Certainly one of my
> back burner projects has the been the whole 'maximum user choice'
> thing with things like being able to use the same configs with one's
> preferred DNS/DHCP as well as the GNU coreutils and other 'full'
> commands instead of busybox for that that wish it.  Basically where
> there are other options in open source, allowing users to choose their
> poison (since no one solution is perfect for all situations).  Ideally
> one could also substitute systemd or openrc.d for procd based init if
> one so chooses.  Basically instead of LEDE/OpenWrt being a
> one-size-fits-all solution, I'd like to see it be more a build system
> that allows you to choose your solutions. (Which is what LEDE name
> implies vs. a distribution; LEDE/OpenWrt as a distribution is a
> particular set of choices in my view and is actually a separate
> project).

I'd like to have a one size fits all solution that works in all cases,
and to expend the effort to make it perfect. That said, well...

I know this guy (cc'd) that regulary runs the isc stuff on his openwrt

> Regards,
> Daniel
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