Avoiding non-routeable IPs


It’s possible your Internet service provider uses a non-routeable IP range (like 10.*) and occasionally your border device picks that up via DHCP by accident instead of an Internet address.  If that happens to you, and you’re using DragonFly as your border gateway, it’s possible to prevent it with PF dhclient.

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  1. s0xxx says:

    Hi,

    I believe you meant “…prevent it with dhclient (dhclient.conf)”.

  2. Yes. Yes, I did.

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