Changed DHCP scope on router, IP phones wont register
We needed more IP addresses for our DHCP pool for the Voice VLAN and to accomodate for more phones. We disabled the old Pool, made the change to the new POOL, and rebooted the switches that the phones where on. Then the switches came back online and the phones obtained a new IP address from the NEW scope but was unable to register with the Call Managers. One of our Network Engineers thinks is something to do with the VLAN.dat file not properly being updated with those changes, and suggested deleting that file and allowing it to be regeneterated. Anyone have any insight to this issue?
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