I have two 3Com switches which show these Unique ID entries in DHCP.
Everything works fine, they are referenced in reservations and the reservations are active. I want to understand what they are.
If I delete the reservation and reboot the switch they reappear in the DHCP scope with the same ID.
Also I want to apply a Network Access Protection policy to the scope they are in and I therefore need to include them in the DHCP exemptions by calling station ID.
I would like to understand what these are, and if anyone can tell me the shortest regular expression for these two long numbers it would be much appreciated.
Thanks for your question.
I am not so sure why the switches unique ID listed in DHCP reservation. It may be the switches to request the DHCP server to reserved IP address it. For such issue, I would recommend that you contact 3Com switches support team for further support. Your understanding is highly appreciated.
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- הוצע כתשובה על-ידי Aiden_CaoMicrosoft community contributor, Moderator יום שלישי 12 יוני 2012 01:24
The solution can be found here:
Edit the VLAN interface configuration from:
ip address dhcp-alloc
ip address dhcp-alloc client-identifier mac vlan-interface 1
- נערך על-ידי Stephan J יום שישי 10 ינואר 2014 14:57