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DHCP - ?

DHCP - ?

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I'm trying to setup DHCP scope so I don't have to enter all the info.  We are using a Windows DHCP box.  Is there a place I can find out what needs to be entered into the DHCP server to  make this happen.  

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RE: DHCP - ?

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A more particular question for the DHCP - on a windows DHCP server do I need to add the attribute of 128 or does someone know the process  to add the attribute to a windows DHCP server?

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RE: DHCP - ?

The only place that I've seen this well documented is in the Succession suite of documentation. If you don't have access to this, you may just want to simplify your life by using the BCM as the DHCP server for your i200x phones. It's ridiculously simple to set up and supports Full DHCP without all the configuration hassles of setting up a separate DHCP server.
  

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