kea-dhcp4 - DHCPv4 server in Kea
kea-dhcp4 [-v] [-V] [-W] [-d] [-c config-file] [-t config-file] [-p server-port-number] [-P client-port-number]
kea-dhcp4 daemon provides the DHCPv4 server implementation.
The arguments are as follows:
Displays the version.
Displays the extended version.
Displays the configuration report.
Enables the debug mode with extra verbosity.
Specifies the configuration file with the configuration for the DHCPv4 server. It may also contain configuration entries for other Kea services.
Checks the configuration file and reports the first error, if any. Note that not all parameters are completely checked; in particular, service and control channel sockets are not opened, and hook libraries are not loaded.
Specifies the server port number (1-65535) on which the server listens. This is useful for testing purposes only.
Specifies the client port number (1-65535) to which the server responds. This is useful for testing purposes only.
Kea comes with an extensive Kea Administrator Reference Manual that covers all aspects of running the Kea software - compilation, installation, configuration, configuration examples, and much more. Kea also features a Kea Messages Manual, which lists all possible messages Kea can print with a brief description for each of them. Both documents are available in various formats (.txt, .html, .pdf) with the Kea distribution. The Kea documentation is available at https://kea.readthedocs.io.
Kea source code is documented in the Kea Developer’s Guide, available at https://reports.kea.isc.org/dev_guide/.
The Kea project website is available at https://kea.isc.org.
Mailing Lists and Support
There are two public mailing lists available for the Kea project. kea-users (kea-users at lists.isc.org) is intended for Kea users, while kea-dev (kea-dev at lists.isc.org) is intended for Kea developers, prospective contributors, and other advanced users. Both lists are available at https://lists.isc.org. The community provides best-effort support on both of those lists.
ISC provides professional support for Kea services. See https://www.isc.org/kea/ for details.
b10-dhcp4 daemon was first coded in November 2011 by Tomek
In mid-2014, Kea was decoupled from the BIND 10 framework and became a
standalone DHCP server. The DHCPv4 server binary was renamed to
kea-dhcp4. Kea 1.0.0 was released in December 2015.
kea-dhcp6(8), kea-dhcp-ddns(8), kea-ctrl-agent(8), kea-admin(8), keactrl(8), perfdhcp(8), kea-netconf(8), kea-lfc(8), Kea Administrator Reference Manual.