Addtional DHCP Options in Windows 2003 – 150 Option for Cisco VOIP Phones
Posted by Brajesh Panda on November 16, 2010
Define Other DHCP Scope Options in Windows 2003 DHCP server.
Example: Configure TFTP Server for Cisco Phones
In Windows 2003 Server right-click the server node on the DHCP MMC and choose Set Predefined Options 2.
In Windows 2008 (R2) server right click the IPv4 icon and choose Set Predefined Options 2
When the Predefined Options and Values window comes up, click Add;
3. When the Options Type window comes up, type a name for the option such as “TFTP Server for Cisco IP Phones”. 4. On the Data Type drop-down menu, select IP Address.
5. On the Code text field, enter 150.
6. On the Description text field, type a description for the scope, such as “Used by Cisco IP Phones”. 7. Check the box next to Array
8. Click OK twice.
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