[Kea-users] mysql host-reservation without dhcp4|6_subnet_id
The host table in mysql backend allows adding a host entry with subnet_id and ipv4_address set to “NULL”. It looks like one of these must be set to find a match during lookup. If both are set to “NULL” there will be no match during lookup.
I´m using shared subnets and would like to select a subnet based on the class “KNOWN” that is set when a host entry exists. I could not find documentation about the select query. Does someone knows why I have to set a subnet_id or IP Address to get a match even when NULL is allowed? Is it possible to get a match without setting subnet_id or IP?