problem in dynamic discovery

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  • #7048
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    i have vm simulates as wdm and file server i configured dhcp with tags 161,162,186and 192 wyse get config from wnos successfully but i cann’t discover it automatically however when i put range of my scope it appears

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    What clients are you using? What firmware version?
    When the client boots up, do you see the WDM server IP/Port in the clients local config?
    Same subnet or WDM and clients in different ones?

    CG

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    wyse s10, firm ware system version 7.1.033
    yes i see WDM ip and port for http and https
    yes in the same subnet i used vm of server 2008 r2 which simulate as WDM ,DHCP and File server i can see my config in wyse and see WDM info
    i also checked preferences of WDM to makes it auto update agent when wyse boot it get config and show me all info got from dhcp but my WDM cann’t find it automatically i must put range of ip to search and finding it ;WDM version 4.8

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    What exactly is shown in the WDM Server field on the S10?
    Do you get the S10 in WDM at all somehow?
    And, btw, upgrade WDM to version 4.8.5!

    CG

    #21648
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    in WDM i can’t discover any wyse automatically
    in wyse it boot and get its configuration correctly and it detect ip of wdm and port i gave it by dhcp
    the only way to make wdm to detect wyse is to add th range of ip of dhcp i fave to wyse

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    Please be precise:

    What exactly is shown in the WDM Server field on the S10?

    CG

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    That looks perfectly fine, if your server has that IP and is listening on the default port 80.
    Have you check the firewall?
    Can you set the WDM logging (Configuration Manager – Preferences – Logging) to Debug and check the log in the systray while the unit is booting?

    CG

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