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Remove DHCP server from IPAM

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Updated March 17, 2017

Overview

This article provides steps on how you can remove or delete DHCP server from IPAM.

 

Environment

All IPAM versions

Detail

 

 

From the DHCP & DNS Management view, proceed with the following steps:

1. Select the DHCP server to be removed.

2. Click Remove.

3. If required select:

Remove scopes from DHCP server:  This toggle removes the scopes on the DHCP server itself, not just from IPAM. Use with caution.

Remove corresponding subnets: This removes the subnets associated with the DHCP scopes in IPAM only.

4. Click Delete Listed Items.

 

 

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