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full dhcp support

full dhcp support

full dhcp support

anyone have a doc on configuring full DHCP support i2002,2004 phones on an seperate dhcp server?

RE: full dhcp support

Not enough details. If you want to have your IP sets pick up an address on a server, you configure so that the BCM passes through the request and the phone gets an IP in the same way that a new PC on the network would get one.


RE: full dhcp support

Your best bet is the "Data Networking Guide" that is included with the Meridian/CSE NTP's. It contains a full explanation for the Full DHCP option and gives fairly detailed information on how to set up a 3rd party DHCP server to give out all of the appropriate parameters.

RE: full dhcp support

Jalaware.  Thanks for your help.. I ended up finding that guide on the nortel site and your right it had everthing(or pointed to everything) I needed.

Narsbars.  It was enough information.  It was actually a very specific question!!!

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