dnsmasq: Behavior of dhcp-ranges with tag + without tag

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If I have one dhcp-range R1 that includes a tag: specification, and another range R2 with no tag: specification, and a client has that tag assigned based on its dhcp-vendorclass…

…will the client be assigned an address from R1 in preference to R2?

I am hoping the answer is “yes”, but I did not see this described in the documentation.

My goal is to have different DHCP ranges for different types of device, plus a “catch-all” range for devices with unknown vendor class.

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    If I have one dhcp-range R1 that includes a tag: specification, and another range R2 with no tag: specification, and a client has that tag assigned based on its dhcp-vendorclass…

    …will the client be assigned an address from R1 in preference to R2?

    I am hoping the answer is “yes”, but I did not see this described in the documentation.

    My goal is to have different DHCP ranges for different types of device, plus a “catch-all” range for devices with unknown vendor class.

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      If I have one dhcp-range R1 that includes a tag: specification, and another range R2 with no tag: specification, and a client has that tag assigned based on its dhcp-vendorclass…

      …will the client be assigned an address from R1 in preference to R2?

      I am hoping the answer is “yes”, but I did not see this described in the documentation.

      My goal is to have different DHCP ranges for different types of device, plus a “catch-all” range for devices with unknown vendor class.

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      If I have one dhcp-range R1 that includes a tag: specification, and another range R2 with no tag: specification, and a client has that tag assigned based on its dhcp-vendorclass…

      …will the client be assigned an address from R1 in preference to R2?

      I am hoping the answer is “yes”, but I did not see this described in the documentation.

      My goal is to have different DHCP ranges for different types of device, plus a “catch-all” range for devices with unknown vendor class.

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      edited Nov 28 at 22:45

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