ISC DHCP to Kea Migration Assistant
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NAME
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NAME

keama - Kea Migration Assistant


SYNOPSIS

keama [ -4 | -6] [ -D ] [ -N ] [ -r {perform|fatal|pass} ] [ -l hook-library-path ] [ -i input-file ] [ -o output-file ]


DESCRIPTION

The Kea Migration Assistant converts an ISC DHCP configuration file into the corresponding Kea configuration file.


COMMAND LINE

Protocol selection options:

-4

The input configuration is for DHCPv4. Incompatible with the -6 option.

-6

The input configuration is for DHCPv6. Incompatible with the -4 option.

-D

Define ISC DHCP minimum, default and maximum builtin lifetimes.

-N

Instead of using global host reservations, put them in the matching subnet.

-r action

Specify what to do with hostnames: resolve them into their first address, raise a fatal error or pass them silently.

-p hook-library-path

Specify the path where hook libraries (e.g. flex-id) can be found

-i input-file

Specify the ISC DHCP configuration file to read. When it is not given the standard input is used.

-o output-file

Specify the Kea configuration file to write. When it is not given the standard output is used.

The number of conversion failures is returned. Note that any parsing warning or error is fatal so please check and fix the ISC DHCP configuration file before using this tool.


SEE ALSO

dhcpd(8), kea-dhcp4(8), kea-dhcp6(8).


AUTHOR

keama(8) To learn more about Internet Systems Consortium, see https://www.isc.org


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