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Permanently changing DHCP scope options for Mitel IP phones

Posted on 2006-07-06
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I need to add custom options to a predefined DHCP scope for our Mitel
phones on Windows 2003 server. I can go into 'Set Predefined Options...'
and see and edit all the options, I can then tick the boxes on scope options to enable them.

For the Mitel phones to work correctly I need to edit options 132 and 133. However, the options revert back to their default setting when the scope
is restarted. Is there any way to create scope options 132 and 133 without them being overwritten by their default values?

Many thanks

Craig.
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It sounds like you are defining the options from the scope level.  Try setting the predefined option for the server level by right clicking the server and selecting predefined options.  Then turn on and off for each scope.
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option 132 and 133 are in hexa values

132 VLAN ID for vlan 5 you will put 0x05
133 VLAN Priority put 0x06
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