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SR520 CCA DHCP Bindings Problem

lukeperkins
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I have an SR520-EF-K9 and I am running CCA version 3.0(1). I cannot get my server to bind to a specific IP address. Also, if I do bind a MAC address in the DHCP, I have had to literally reset my router to factory defaults.

What is the CLI commands to bind a specific computer on a given network to a specific IP?

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lukeperkins
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I talked with Gaurav Sood [gasood@cisco.com] and got a decent answer.

# configure terminal

(config) # ip dhcp pool uniquePoolName

(dhcp-config) # host 192.168.75.5 255.255.255.0

(dhcp-config) # client-identifier 0100.14BF1CFF.28 # (MAC address is 00:14:BF:1C:FF:28)

(dhcp-config) # exit

(config) # exit

# show run | sec ip dhcp pool

ip dhcp pool inside

   import all

   network 192.168.75.0 255.255.255.0

   default-router 192.168.75.1

ip dhcp pool downstairs

   host 192.168.75.5 255.255.255.0

   client-identifier 0100.14bf.1cff.28

# write mem

NOTES:

1) You need a unique pool name for each assignment (minor detail left out of the documentation).

2) The 192.168.75.5 and 255.255.255.0 can be adjusted to the VLAN you want it on.

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