Disable the mandantory of "reconfigure-accept" option on CNR7 DHCPv6 server
I was trying to let Windows 7 get IPv6 address from CNR7 DHCPv6 server but cannot get it done. Afterwith, I read the cnr log and capture the DHCPv6 packtes to find why. I got some info about this issue, no option-20 existed in those DHCPv6 solicit messages and cnr log told: no required reconfigure-accept option, so drop it. Can anyone help on this issue? How can I change the CNR setting to disable the mandantory?
Re: Disable the mandantory of "reconfigure-accept" option on CNR
Can you tell me a little more about your CM environment? It seems an option is missing in the policy associated that the CM expects. Please enable the debugs from the cnr nrcmd cli by doing a "dhcp setDebug VX=1" and duplicate the problem. Get all the name_dhcp_log.xxx and post them. Afterwards disable the debugs by doing a "dhcpsetdebugVX=0" to disable the debugging.
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