How do I set the DHCP option?

How do I set the DHCP option?

Configuring DHCP Options

  1. Navigate to Security & SD-WAN > Configure > DHCP (or, on the MS switch, Switch > Configure > Routing & DHCP > [the interface being edited] > DHCP settings)
  2. Select Add a DHCP option.
  3. Select the desired Option from the list or if it isn’t listed, add a custom option.
  4. Input the DHCP Code.

How do I enable DHCP option 82?

  1. Choose Controller > Advanced > DHCP to open the DHCP Parameters page.
  2. Step 2 Select the Enable DHCP Proxy check box to enable DHCP proxy.
  3. Choose a DHCP Option 82 format from the drop-down list.
  4. Choose a DHCP Option 82 Remote ID field format from the drop-down list to specify the format of the DHCP option.

How do I set DHCP Option 150?

Follow these instructions to add an Option item for 150:

  1. In the Set Predefined Options window, click Add.
  2. Enter the value TFTP Server Address in the name.
  3. Select IP address in the Data Type field.
  4. Check the box labeled Array.
  5. Enter 150 in the field labeled Code.
  6. Click OK to save.

How to modifiy or add DHCP option field?

Additionally, some DHCP options are hidden from the GUI and will need to be added via Netsh: 1.Open DHCP Server Management Console. 2.In the console tree, click the applicable DHCP server. 3.Expand your DHCP server. 4.Right click the IPv4 or IPv6, click Set Predefined Options.

Where do I find the server options in DHCP?

In the DHCP console, expand IPv4 and find the Server Options folder. Here, you’ll see all the settings you’ve already added at the server level. To add a new option, right-click Server Options and then click Configure Options.

How to create a custom scope options in DHCP?

For non predefined options, open server manager, expand roles, expand DHCP, click your DHCP server, then on the far right under the actions menu, click “Set predefined Options” then click add to add as you normally would.

Are there DHCP options for Windows Server 2008?

By default, standard DHCP options and BOOTP extensions as described in RFC 2132 are predefined for use at DHCP servers running Windows Server 2008. Hope this helps. Additionally, some DHCP options are hidden from the GUI and will need to be added via Netsh: