DHCP problem number 2

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Aug 8th, 2007

I am trying to configure a DHCP server on a Cisco router so it assigns the same ip each time to a specific PC. I use the following commands:

rea#config t

Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z.

rea(config)#ip dhcp pool net10.9.9.x/24

rea(dhcp-config)#host 10.9.9.151 /24 ?

<cr>

rea(dhcp-config)#host 10.9.9.151 /24

% This command may not be used with network, origin or vrf pools.

Why i can not do that .

Thanks

moses

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moses12315 Wed, 08/08/2007 - 03:03

ok but when i use the command host address [mask | /prefix-length], i receive the following message:

rea(dhcp-config)#host 10.9.9.151 /24

% This command may not be used with network, origin or vrf pools.

I can not proceed .

Thanks

moses

dimuthurathna Wed, 08/08/2007 - 03:08

When a DHCP client that has previously had a DHCP-assigned address is started again, the client goes into an INIT-REBOOT state. The client will attempt to verify that it can still use the same address by sending a DHCPRequest packet, populating the DHCP Option Field "DHCP Requested Address" with the previously assigned IP address.

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