How do I use DHCP option 43?
How do I configure DHCP option 43 on a Windows Server?
- Go to scope options of defined DHCP pool.
- Select “Scope Options” to configure new option.
- Select option 43 for editing.
- Enter hexadecimal value representing the vendor code and management IP address of wireless controller.
How do I add a DHCP option?
- On the server running DHCP, open the DHCP MMC.
- Expand DHCP and select DHCP server name.
- Right click IPv4 or IPv6, select “Set Predefined Options”
- In Predefined Options and Values window, click Add.
- Then in Option Type window please insert the information as below:
What is the difference between Option 43 and Option 60?
Option 60 defines the vendor type and configuration value. Option 43 defines vendor specific information. If option 60 is configured, the vendor specific information (defined in option 43) is returned to clients that provide the appropriate vendor type and configuration value.
What is enable option125?
Option 125 is a vendor-specific DHCP Server feature that is required if you are using AIM’s multi-subnet mode. It provides additional information to the Infinity Receivers and Transmitters when requesting an IP Address from the DHCP Server.
How do I set DHCP scope and options?
Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DHCP. In the console tree, right-click the DHCP server on which you want to create the new DHCP scope, and then click New Scope. In the New Scope Wizard, click Next, and then type a name and description for the scope.
What is VCI in DHCP?
Configuring DHCP vendor class request (Option 60) consists of the following two tasks: Creating a new vendor class—Configure a Vendor Class Identifier (VCI) on the DHCP server for each AP.
Should I enable DHCP 125?
What are DHCP option codes?
BOOTP Vendor Extensions and DHCP Options
|59||Rebinding Time||DHCP Rebinding (T2) Time|
|60||Class Id||Class Identifier|
|61||Client Id||Client Identifier|
|62||NetWare/IP Domain||NetWare/IP Domain Name|
What are DHCP scope options?
A scope is a consecutive range of IP addresses that a DHCP server can draw on to fulfill an IP address request from a DHCP client. By defining one or more scopes on your DHCP server, the server can manage the distribution and assignment of IP addresses to DHCP clients.
What is the difference between a DHCP scope option and a DHCP server option?
A server-level option is assigned to all DHCP clients of the DHCP server. A scope-level option is assigned to all clients of a scope. A class-level option is assigned to all clients that identify themselves as members of a class.
How do I manually add AP to WLC?
Manually Configure Lightweight AP to join WLC
- Configure a temporary WLC with the same name and IP Address of the WLC I want my APs to join.
- Utilise DHCP Option 43 to ensure a cross-subnet discovery is available.
- Manually set the Controller IP address via the CLI.