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Title : Transition from RFC2131-style to RFC3315-style Client Identifiers for DHCPv4
Author(s) : T. Lemon
Filename : draft-lemon-dhcpv4-to-v6-id-trans-00.txt
Pages : 7
Date : 2004-1-12
This document explores ways for a node that is configured using
DHCP and that has in the past been configured using one of the
client identification schemes described in RFC2131 and RFC2132 to
make the transition to using the identification scheme described in
RFC3315 and in draft-ietf-dhc-3315-id-for-v4.txt.
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