How does one list the options that are sent to a client from a DHCP server? Using a utility run from bash?
The only way to see the options (unless the machine you are running this on is the client, then you can see the effect of the options) is to capture the traffic for the DHCP exchange.
So you use anything you like to monitor network traffic (
tcpdump, ...). There's also a dedicated tool called
Note that you might not see what's going on with another client if your network setup doesn't allow to capture the traffic between the DHCP server and that client.