I'm just wondering if others have used alternate DHCP/TFTP servers in their VoIP deployments. Our Cisco branded is nearing end of life, and rather than spending $$$ on another server, we'd like to simply migrated to our existing highly available central DHCP/DNS service. We're using Infoblox right now.
I hope there are others out there doing something similar.
Re: Alternate DHCP/TFTP servers in your deployment?
We use the Cisco Switch/Router as the DHCP server for the phones - setting up a seperate scope in each access switch. TFTP we use the CM for ease of management and upgrades of firmware on the IP Phones.
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