Commit 1cadf94b authored by Marcin Siodelski's avatar Marcin Siodelski

[#198,!160] Modify DHCPv4/v6 sections to not recommend combining configs.

parent 6bc00bbe
......@@ -193,12 +193,22 @@ the server; they do not impact its
operation in any way.</para>
<para>The configuration starts in the first line with the initial
opening curly bracket (or brace). Each configuration consists of
one or more objects. In this specific example, we have only one
object, called Dhcp4. This is a simplified configuration, as usually
there will be additional objects, like <command>Logging</command> or
<command>DhcpDdns</command>, but we omit them now for clarity. The Dhcp4
configuration starts with the <command>"Dhcp4": {</command> line
opening curly bracket (or brace). Each configuration must contain an
object specifying the configuration of the Kea module using it.
In the example above this object is called <command>Dhcp4</command>.
</para>
<note>
<para>In the current Kea release it is possible to specify configurations
of multiple modules within a single configuration file, but this is not
recommended and support for it will be removed in the future releases. The
only object, besides the one specifying module configuration, which can
(and usually is) included in the same file is <command>Logging</command>.
However, we don't include this object in the example above for clarity.
</para>
</note>
<para>The Dhcp4 configuration starts with the <command>"Dhcp4": {</command> line
and ends with the corresponding closing brace (in the above example,
the brace after the last comment). Everything defined between those
lines is considered to be the Dhcp4 configuration.</para>
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......@@ -193,13 +193,24 @@ for these and other parameters.</para>
the server; they do not impact its
operation in any way.</para>
<para>The configuration starts in the first line with the initial
opening curly bracket (or brace). Each configuration consists of
one or more objects. In this specific example, we have only one
object, called Dhcp6. This is a simplified configuration, as usually
there will be additional objects, like <command>Logging</command> or
<command>DhcpDdns</command>, but we omit them now for clarity. The Dhcp6
configuration starts with the <command>"Dhcp6": {</command> line
opening curly bracket (or brace). Each configuration must contain an
object specifying the configuration of the Kea module using it.
In the example above this object is called <command>Dhcp6</command>.
</para>
<note>
<para>In the current Kea release it is possible to specify configurations
of multiple modules within a single configuration file, but this is not
recommended and support for it will be removed in the future releases. The
only object, besides the one specifying module configuration, which can
(and usually is) included in the same file is <command>Logging</command>.
However, we don't include this object in the example above for clarity.
</para>
</note>
<para>The Dhcp6 configuration starts with the <command>"Dhcp6": {</command> line
and ends with the corresponding closing brace (in the above example,
the brace after the last comment). Everything defined between those
lines is considered to be the Dhcp6 configuration.</para>
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