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DHCP excluded addresses

I configured the Router to a specific DHCP pool . I put also the default gateway, name server etc. After that i configured to exclude some specific range of addresses. But when i write show dhcp ip pool ... i can not see the excluded addresses. How can i find them . Do i have to remember them or write them down.

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Moses.

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Re: DHCP excluded addresses

Moses

If you do show run you should see the excluded addresses as part of the running configuration. You could also do show run | include excluded

HTH

Rick

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Re: DHCP excluded addresses

Moses

If you do show run you should see the excluded addresses as part of the running configuration. You could also do show run | include excluded

HTH

Rick

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Re: DHCP excluded addresses

Hi Moses,

You can see them in your running config.

"sh run | in exclude"

HTH

Ankur

Re: DHCP excluded addresses

Moses,

Both Rick and Ankur have provided the info to find the dhcp excluded address from the config.

To answer your specific question as to why the excluded address info doesn't show up with the 'show dhcp ip pool' command is because all the other values like network, default router, dns etc are configured under the dhcp pool mode whereas the excluded address is configured under the global config mode.

HTH

Sundar

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