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How to added custom Option to a Cisco DHCP

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How to add custom options to DHCP Server?
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Here is a good article on configuring optional dhcp parameters in cisco ios.

http://ciscoarticles.com/Cisco-IOS/Defining-DHCP-Configuration-Options.html

You just need to define
option <option number> <option parameters> within the scope of the dhcp configuration.

Let me know if you need further help.
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Here is what I need.
161 IP 192.168.91.11
162 ascii /
181 IP 192.168.91.11

Would I just enter:?
 
Conf T
IP DHCP POOL <NAME>
Option 161 IP 192.168.91.11
Option 162 ASCII /
Option 181 IP 192.168.91.11

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Yes, i believe that would work.  
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by:Istvan Kalmar
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you need to enable dhcp service:

conf t
service dhcp
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The service is already enabled.  I need to add these Options to the current server
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You typed in what you needed.  If you already have your dhcp pool set up, but just need to add the options, type in the commands you listed earlier and refresh the lease on a client.

I assume there are some thin clients you are wanting to boot and pull an image? Or something similar?
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Yep.
Thanks
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The link helped
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