Adding Option 82 to a Windows 2003 Server

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Greg H., Oct 3, 2006.

  1. Greg H.

    Greg H. Guest

    I found this info on the Subject, but it doesn't specify what the data
    type of the custom option should be:

    Microsoft DHCP Server does not have default support for option 82 as it
    has for other standard options.
    Using DHCP Server Management console (dhcpmgmt.msc) -> <DHCP Server> ->
    Right Click -> Set Predefined Options..., you can add option 82 as a
    customized option for DHCP Server. Thereon, on the DHCP Client you can
    use DhcpRequestParams API to retrieve the options for your further use.

    What I ultimately want to do is use the Win2k3 server to pull the info
    from the option 82 command I've enabled on my switches.
    Hardware used: Cisco 3750 switches.
    thanks in advance.
    Greg H., Oct 3, 2006
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    Rod Dorman Guest

    I must have missed the announcement, did Microsoft buy Cisco or was it
    the other way around?
    Rod Dorman, Oct 3, 2006
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  3. Greg H.

    Greg H. Guest

    It is not an option by default on a Microsoft 2k3 DHCP server but the
    webblog from microsoft said you can add another Custom Predefined
    option type to the DHCP service and I was asking for some more steps
    about doing this on a windows 2003 server.
    Or how else do I take advantage of the option 82 information that is
    added to packets without buying a CNR (Cisco network registrar)?
    Greg H., Oct 4, 2006
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    chris Guest

    chris, Oct 4, 2006
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    Thrill5 Guest

    Thrill5, Oct 6, 2006
  6. Greg H.

    Greg H. Guest

    Is there a way to output the "show ip dhcp snooping binding" to a file?
    tftp or log it somehow?
    Greg H., Oct 10, 2006
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