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DHCP Scopes

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Created by Nanette.Neal, last modified by Nanette.Neal on Jul 15, 2016

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A scope is a consecutive range of IP addresses that a DHCP server is allowed to lease to a DHCP client. Defining one or more scopes on your DHCP servers allows the server to manage the distribution and assignment of IP address to DHCP clients.

The process for adding and editing scopes is simple.

Select from the list of DHCP Servers to Add a Scope and follow the tabs as needed.

The interface options with vary depending on the Vendor you select.

The IPAM Summary page displays the Top 10 DHCP Scopes by Utilization with Split Scopes Resource.



You can edit the resource by selecting a sort order and by using SQL Filters to limit the which scopes are displayed.


For more information about DHCP Scopes:

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