DHCP exclusions

PhilippeB
PhilippeB Posts: 15  Freshman Member
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Is there a simple way to configure DHCP exclusions? We want to use a DHCP range from 192.168.124.0 ~ 192.168.127.253 with the following exceptions:
- 192.168.124.0 ~ 192.168.124.99
- 192.168.125.0 ~ 192.168.125.99
- 192.168.126.0 ~ 192.168.126.99
- 192.168.127.0 ~ 192.168.127.99

The goal is that every IP address given by the DHCP server has three digits on the last octet. Therefore, any address given by the DHCP server should be in one of these ranges:
192.168.124.100 ~ 192.168.124.255
192.168.125.100 ~ 192.168.125.255
192.168.126.100 ~ 192.168.126.255
192.168.127.100 ~ 192.168.127.253

This is the IP settings that we use:

Best regards, Philippe

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  • PeterUK
    PeterUK Posts: 2,590  Guru Member
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    No way to do this you would need to use a 3rd party DHCP server

    or you can setup VLAN's to a switch

  • PhilippeB
    PhilippeB Posts: 15  Freshman Member
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    @PeterUK , thanks for your confirmation. We thought that there isn't a simple way.

    We probably solve it with a workaround and we'll define placeholders in the static DHCP table like this:

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