This MIB file contains definitions of managed objects for the DHCP module.
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OID list for AT-DHCP-MIB
- The table of DHCP ranges.
- A single entry of the DHCP range table. This contains information about a single DHCP range configured on this device.
- The index of this DHCP range. DHCP ranges are stored in a list which is ordered by range name. The index gives the place in the list. Note that if ranges are added or deleted, the index for a given range will change. Since this table is read-only, this wi ...
- The name given to identify this DHCP range. This is the ultimate method for uniquely identifying this range. Names are compared without regard to case, for example >range1< will be treated as the same as >RANGE1<.
- The base address of this range. This address defines the lower bound of the range of IP addresses which can be allocated to devices requesting an IP address via DHCP.
- The number of IP address in this range. This number defines the upper bound of the range of IP addresses which can be allocated to devices requesting an IP address via DHCP.
- The IP address of the BOOTP relay agent which will be relaying DHCP requests for this range. If this address is 0.0.0.0, then there will be no BOOTP relay agent and the range will be allocated to devices directly connected to this device.
- Whenever a DHCP client attempts to lease an IP address and the DHCP server cannot provide an address, this variable is set to the gateway address of the DHCP request. The gateway address is the IP address of the gateway acting as a BOOTP relay agent for t ...
- Whenever a DHCP client attempts to lease an IP address and the DHCP server cannot provide an address, this variable is set to the IP address of the interface which received the DHCP request. If the gateway address associated with the failed DHCP request i ...
- The table of defined DHCP range client addresses.
- A single entry of the DHCP range client table. This contains information about a single DHCP range client address.
- An IP address from the range of available addresses.
- The hardware address of the client, if any, that has been assigned the IP address.
- The state of the IP address; one of unused, inuse or reclaim.
- The type of allocation mechanism applied to the IP address; one of static, auto or dyn.
- The expiry date for dynamically allocated IP address.
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