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    AvatarJoe
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    Does anyone have a comprehensive list of DHCP options that are using in managing Wyse devices? I thought it would be nice to have a table that showed each option and described what it was used for in the management process, but I haven’t seen a list. Searching here didn’t turn up much, but I’ll admit, I have bad luck with searches!

    I was thinking it would be nice for all WDM/Rapport admins…

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    Not all but the most important ones:

    Option 161 (Wyse FTP-Server):
    • Name: Wyse FTP Server
    • Data type: String
    • Code: 161
    • Description: Wyse FTP-Server

    Option 162 (Wyse FTP-Server): – Optional
    • Name: Wyse FTP Folder
    • Data type: String
    • Code: 162
    • Description: Wyse FTP-Folder

    Option 181 (Citrix PN-Agent/PN-Lite-Server):
    • Name: Citrix PN-Agent/PN-Lite Server
    • Data type: String
    • Code: 181
    • Description: Citrix PN-Agent/PN-Lite-Server

    Option 186 (Wyse Device Manager): – Optional
    • Name: Wyse Device Manager
    • Data type: IP-Address
    • Code: 186
    • Description: Wyse Device Manager

    Option 187 (Wyse Device Manager): – Optional
    • Name: Wyse Device Manager Port
    • Data type: String
    • Code: 187
    • Description: Wyse Device Manager Port

    ConfGen

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    Hi to everyone,

    Sorry to be newbie but I really don’t understand where we have to specify these options. On a standard windows 2003 DHCP Server, these options doesn’t exists, so I suppose that is on the WDM server….I’m a bit lost…

    Thanks in advance for your help.

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    Hi guesss,

    no problem to be new to this topic.
    You are right that these option do not exist on a standard MS DHCP server. You have to create them yourself by right-clicking your server in the DHCP console and select “Set predefined options”. In the next dialog click Add and simple add one option tag after the other.
    When finished go to your Scope Options and add these newly created option tag for your scope or as global options.

    Cheers
    ConfGen

    #10414
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    Oh Thanks a lot ConfGen !

    My client who was enable to discover his new devices (on a different network) will be able to test tomorrow.
    I’ll give him these info and I’ll tell you if this helps.

    Thank you !

    Edit: what is the default port for WDM (option 187) ?

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    IP address is tag 186
    Port is tag 187
    If you are using default port 80 then you do not need tag 187 at all

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