0 Replies Latest reply on Feb 22, 2013 10:55 AM by Bahlkris

    Question for Cisco DHCP users


      So a while back we moved our DHCP functions to the network, most of our DHCP servers reside on 6500 vss nodes and generally its been a good experience.  Except for printers.  We do a lot of DHCP reservations for our printers and the goal is to have 100% of them on DHCP reservations.  The problem with about 60% of our printers, currently about 130 devices, is that they don't respond to the DHCP "client-identifier 01" field.  So when you create the reservation you have to use "hardware-address" instead.


      I am curious how many other people have run into this, how they deal with it, and are they using IPAM to manage reservations?  As IPAM doesn't currently accommodation a hardware-address option.