How do I change DHCP scope options?
Edit a scope on a DHCP server
- Go to My Dashboards > IP Addresses > DHCP & DNS Management.
- Select the DHCP Scopes tab.
- Select the checkbox for the required scope and click Edit.
- Edit the contents of each tab of the Edit DHCP page as required.
- On the Review tab, click Update Scope.
How do I create a superscope in DHCP?
Creating a Superscope
- Right-click the DHCP server and select the New Superscope option. The New Superscope Wizard opens.
- Type a descriptive name for the superscope (something that makes it easy to identify). Click Next.
- From the list of available scopes, select those to include in the superscope.
- Click Finish.
Can you run 2 DHCP servers on the same network?
On the same subnet, you absolutely cannot run two DHCP servers that assign addresses from the same range. However, on the same subnet, you can have two DHCP servers that assign addresses from different ranges.
How do I add a custom DHCP option to my settings?
Find the setting DHCP options. Click Add a DHCP option. Choose Custom from the Option drop-down. For Code enter 15, choose Text for Type, and for Value enter the DNS domain suffix.
What is a DHCP option?
A DHCP option is a purposefully coded piece of data – either an IP address, string of text, or hex value. This data is used by DHCP clients when communicating with the network.
Do I need to configure additional DHCP options for DHCP deployment?
However, in some instances, a DHCP deployment requires the configuration of additional DHCP options, most often when implementing DHCP with VoIP phones and other specific function devices. Configuring DHCP options on the MX Security Appliance, Z-series Teleworker Gateway, or MS Layer 3 Switch
How do I set the DHCP options for a node?
Select the Type as Text, IP, or Hex. Enter the desired value for the option in the Value field. Click Save Changes. A wide variety of DHCP options can be configured for the DHCP server, below are a several options that are more commonly used. This option is used to set the “hostname” portion of a node’s Fully Qualified Domain Name. (FQDN)