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A module to control dhclient


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  • 0.0.1 (latest)
released Sep 22nd 2016
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mod 'andrewj100-dhclient', '0.0.1'
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andrewj100/dhclient — version 0.0.1 Sep 22nd 2016

Used to manage dhclient - isc-dhcp-client

├── examples
│   └── init.pp
├── files
│   └── role.yaml
├── manifests
│   ├── init.pp
│   └── params.pp
└── templates
    └── dhclient.conf.erb

-- examples/init.pp Use this to test the manifest localy using: puppet apply examples/init.pp

-- files/roles.yaml This file needs to be dropped on the target server in: /etc/puppetlabs/facter/facts.d/ This contains the local or node specific variables: domain_name domain_search

-- manifests/init.pp Main block of code, it inherits dhcclient::params where configuration for the client can be added as well as support for additional OS's. It will require the package to be installed, then put the configuration file in place and finaly restart network services.

-- manifests/params.pp This contains a case statement where variables are set depending on the OS family returned by the command facter osfamily.

-- templates/dhclient.conf.erb This is the erb file to create the /etc/dhcp/dhcclient.conf