Dhclient.conf file is stock (uncommented) and looks like this:
request subnet-mask, broadcast-address, time-offset, routers,
domain-name, domain-name-servers, host-name, lpr-servers, ntp-servers;
I'm using Optimum Online / cable, which of course has a dhcp server to
provide me the necessary information, which my dhcp client either fails to
request or implement. It does successfully assign the internet IP address
and subnet mask, though, so I don't understand why it doesn't give me a
default route and dns servers.
I'm using OpenBSD 2.8. and my interface.if (where if is the one to my cable
modem) file contains "dhcp NONE" (I've also tried "dhcp" and "dhcp NONE NONE
The man pages contain no relevant information for this seemingly
simple(dhclient.conf, dhclient), and neither does the FAQ. I'm assuming my
resolv.conf and myroute should be set dynamically by dhclient on bootup.
Also, I have myname sent to some random hostname, which should presumably
also be set dynamically (as per dhclient.conf).