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Client-Host Name for DHCP SVR on SSG20?

Client-Host Name for DHCP SVR on SSG20?

Client-Host Name for DHCP SVR on SSG20?

SSG20 running OS6.1.0 R2.

Is there any way to display the Client-Host Name in the DHCP list/table? Some routers provide this data, but I can't find anything in the documentation I have read that mentions it. All the table shows is the IP address assigned, the MAC, and the lease time. Does Juniper support this type of feature?


RE: Client-Host Name for DHCP SVR on SSG20?

Anyone knowledgeable know the answer?


RE: Client-Host Name for DHCP SVR on SSG20?

I've not seen it either, I don't think it resolves names, just matches IPs and MACs.

RE: Client-Host Name for DHCP SVR on SSG20?

I kind of thought that might be the case, yet on the "el cheapo" SOHO routers the DHCP logs provide it, go figure! You spend $900 to $1200 for a router that does not provide a simple client/host name, yet the $50.00 ones do!


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