If show ip dhcp binding doesn't display any results, the the DHCP server is telling IPAM that no addresses are used.
show user is typically for showing the users logged into the router. Are you sure that the DHCP server is really giving out leases? Can you provide the output of show user just in case? Also, what version of IOS are you running?
Thanks Mav, yes, DHCP server is working.
DHCP leasing public IPs, so I replaced IPs with x.x.x.x
Version: Version 12.4(12.2r)T
Line User Host(s) Idle Location
2 vty 0 user1 idle 00:06:06 x.x.x.222
* 3 vty 1 user2 idle 00:00:00 x.x.x.13
Interface User Mode Idle Peer Address
Vi4 82950 PPPoE 00:05:03 x.x.x.9
Vi5 221275 PPPoE 04:34:50 x.x.x.183
Vi6 220287 PPPoE 04:10:59 x.x.x.36
Vi7 aaaaa PPPoE 02:00:36 x.x.x.169
Vi8 221364 PPPoE 1d03h x.x.x.148
Vi11 82793 PPPoE 00:26:28 x.x.x.199
Vi12 218028 PPPoE 07:42:20 x.x.x.231
Vi14 52934 PPPoE 00:27:12 x.x.x.217
It's probably best that you open a support case for this. The information you have in the table from show users doesn't indicate DHCP leases but tty sessions.
When you open a support ticket, would you:
--Reference this thread to Support.
--Post back here with a case number.
--Post any solutions you get from Support.
Your 7206 is definately not the one handing out DHCP addresses. Those IP's you're seeing there are the IP addresses of the client at the other end of the telnet/TTY connection...
The IP address you see may very well be part of your DHCP scope, it's just not being handed out by your 7206.
Best way to tell is find your layer 3 address(gateway) for a subnet. Look at the config for the vlan interface. In cisco devices, it's "sh run int vlan XX"...
There, you will see "ip helper-address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx" ......... That is where your DHCP addresses are coming from. 99.999% chance you won't see your 7206's IP address listed there.
Actually, there are no int vlan on the router, however, there are sh ip local pool that shows the pools with usage and free IPs and this is not what is used by Orion IPAM to monitor IP usage.
So, I was wrong, this is not a DHCP server apparently, it hands out PPPoE users IP through local pools.
Thanks again tadavis, MarieB and Mav turner.