Cisco 3560 DHCP Reservation

Hi, I have a DHCP pool setup on a Cisco 3560 with a range of ip's excluded and the network, default router and dns server setup.
I want to reserve 5 of the excluded ip addresses to 5 devices using their MAC addresses.
I only seem to be able to set one reservation.

I have added the config as follows
conf t
ip dhcp pool staticaddresses
host <ip address> <subnet mask>
client-identifier 0148.39f1.0932.8c

1. is there any other way of getting to the <dhcp-config> prompt without typing conf t then ip dhcp pool staticaddresses as I have that listed twice now in my config?
2. When I add additional hosts and client-identifiers to the config either manually or copying and pasting them in one go, it only retains the last entry

kind regards, Rick
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Netman66Commented:
You can only have one host reservation per dhcp  pool - crazy, I know.

So, that being said, you need 5 pools (staticaddress1 through 5), each pool holds one host/mac/ip reservation.

Don't forget to exclude those addresses from your main scope (in global config).

ip dhcp excluded-address {lowest} {highest}
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Rick_PenneyAuthor Commented:
Hi, many thanks for your reply, its much appreciated.
that worked great, easy when you know how
thanks again
Rick
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Rick_PenneyAuthor Commented:
Thank you
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Netman66Commented:
You're welcome!
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