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Interpret DHCP Scope Monitor results

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Created by Aileen de Lara_ret, last modified by Aileen de Lara_ret on Jan 13, 2017

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DHCP Scope Monitor displays several details about each DHCP Scope:

  • DHCP Scope provides the subnet address of the scope.
  • Scope Name provides an editable field, allowing you to specify a name for each scope. In the Scope Name field, double-click the cell to edit, and then enter the name for each scope.
  • Size displays the total number of IP addresses defined for each scope.
  • Leased provides the total number of used IP addresses.
  • Available provides the total number of unused IP addresses.
  • Server provides the server name.
  • Status provides the date and time of the last poll and any error messages.
 
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