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Re: dhcp.schema attribute dhcpStatements value in filter

Zeus Panchenko wrote:
> Michael StrÃder <michael@stroeder.com> wrote:
>> Because there's no SUBSTR matching rule defined for 'dhcpHWAddress'
> so, there is no way to ldapsearch by that attribute exept `*' ?

You should really make yourself familiar with the various search filters and
the matching rule definitions in the attribute type descriptions.

>> which is not needed anyway.
> mmm ... no need to be able to find the object for the definite MAC
> address, which can has different IP addresses in different offices where
> dedicated dhcp servers deploied? am I correct?

I did not say that. What I said: It does not make sense in the context of DHCP
server with LDAP backend to use substring matching on a MAC address.

Ciao, Michael.

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