Clean up DHCP Server option language
Several options on the page have awkward or inconsistent wording
- "Denied clients will be ignored rather than rejected." -> "Ignore denied clients rather than reject."
- "If a client includes a unique identifier in its DHCP request, that UID will not be recorded in its lease." -> "Do not record a unique identifier (UID) in client lease data, if present in the client DHCP request"
- "Enable RRD statistics graphs" -> "Enable monitoring graphs for DHCP lease statistics" (The monitoring graphs haven't been called "RRD Graphs" in the GUI for a long time now)
- "Enables network booting": Change "Enables" -> "Enable" to be consistent with other option wording
Also review other option descriptions and so on for wording that may need updated or corrected.
Check both IPv4 and IPV6 DHCP server pages as they share a lot of similar text.
Updated by Danilo Zrenjanin 10 months ago
23.01-DEVELOPMENT (amd64) built on Fri Dec 02 06:04:48 UTC 2022 FreeBSD 14.0-CURRENT
IPv4 and IPV6 DHCP server pages look fine. I found one awkward wording on the services_router_advertisements.php page.
Under the Default preferred lifetime field, the help text starts with Seconds. And the second sentence explains that time is defined in seconds.
Seconds. The length of time in seconds (relative to the time the packet is sent) that addresses generated from the prefix via stateless address autoconfiguration remain preferred. The default is 14400 seconds.