In either case, when would it be available for general use if at all. So what you may need to do is configure a user class for all your known machines. September 3, at Thanks Victor for your acknowledgement. April 28, at September 16, at
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Red Flag This Post Please let us know here why this post is inappropriate. Also the entries in maclist. This post might of help served you.
Otherwise, the device requests will be ignored based on the action configured by administrator. Option based callout dll is the location http: Is there any way around this? May 2, at 4: You must restart the service after you modify the MAC list as all the addresses are read at the time servfr service start.
April 23, at Updates done since initial version: In my situation I have a router that manages 2 vlan ID on the first 50 ports, because one Vlan ID will be assigned to voip phone devices and one to PC. August 7, at I would then just script the updating of the remote locations list from the master list.
DHCP Server Callout DLL for MAC Address based filtering
This is newly formated server, Windows SP2 Ent. It would take care of my problems immediately. January 8, at 2: Following is expected behavior of dll in cases of errors.
Thank you for helping keep Tek-Tips Forums free from inappropriate posts. Do you see anything in the error log? July 14, at 1: As we have to re-start the service everytime when there are changes in the MAClist file, is there any way to make it dynamic.
Callout DLL | Windows Administration
The premise is outlined at: October 12, at 7: Thanks for your help. On the other hand, if the address requested by VPN server for VPN clients belong to a specific user or vendor class, you may want to check out Option based callout dll http: The installer copies the files into the appropriate locations and makes the necessary registry changes. Which OS you are using and what flavour?
Will this tool work in my clustered environment? The current callout DLL shall no longer be available after December 15, I just tested this again on Windows XP Pro and it worked fine.
It cannot do both.
Has anyone tried this with a larger environment of approximately 5, DHCP clients? March 28, at 1: If you seethat means there are some issues loading the dll and we proceed further from there then. Great work but lousy error checking Can you have two different files for error log and info log and try again.