Colleagues, please tell me how you can configure this strange assembly of isc-dhcpd!
I am using BananaPi (Sunxi) R1 platform, latest OpenWRT with EXT4 file system installed on it.
I want to use the isc-dhcpd that is familiar to me.
I was surprised to find that the configuration of isc-dhcpd is carried out in the most original and I would even say not in the traditional way.
When the system boots, the key-value fields are taken from the corresponding section of the file in /etc/config/dhcp and a temporary configuration file /tmp/run/dhcpd.conf is created from them.
Unfortunately, I have not found any documentation describing the names of these fields anywhere, and I don't really want to try to guess them.
In general, as I understand it, the authors of this extremely specific isc-dhcp assembly did not delight users with any documentation. If I'm wrong, then I apologize and ask you to tell me where they are hiding this documentation.
Colleagues, tell me, is it possible to run this isc-dhcpd with a static configuration file, like /etc/config/dhcp/dhcpd.conf, using standard tools?
And where can you find a description of the specifics of configuring this build of the program?
Thanks in advance for the answers to my questions,