Hardware-address AND client-identifier

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Hoffmann-Vetter, Martin, Dec 15, 2006.

  1. Hello,

    i'am using a dhcp server in a cisco 2610. That works good. Now a have
    some static dhcp addresses as pools manualy defined. That works, too.

    For Microsoft windows clients i've defined the pool with the
    client-itentifier. For all other clients, with the hardware-address.

    But with some PXE devices a have a problem. That are windows clients
    and use PXE. When i define the client-identifier, windows get the
    correct ip address, but the PXE use an ip address from the dynamic
    pool. When i define the hardware-address, windows use a dynamic ip
    address.

    What can i do? I want an static dhcp entry for the microsoft client
    (XPe) and for PXE on the same maschine and nic (one hardware-address),
    that use the same ip address!

    Martin
    Hoffmann-Vetter, Martin, Dec 15, 2006
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