Re: nw does not send hostname

dhclient.conf belongs to dhclient.  NetworkManager uses dhclient
underneath.  Be sure that you've got the dhclient file in the right
location, since different distributions use different locations for the
file.  Fedora uses /etc/dhclient.conf, but I'm pretty sure that
debian-based distros use something quite different.

That said, dhclient _always_ looks at it's default config file location
even if you specify a different config file on the command line.  So it
should be picking up the options you're passing.

I will check the config path. This issue should be solved with the "send hostname" in dhclient.conf, is that right? I'm wondering why the hostname is provided in the DHCP packets, but my DNS Server doesn't recognize it. Any further suggestions?


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