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is it possible to do an ip reservation scope on ASA devices? for example, mac address 12.12.12.14.12 binding to ip 11.11.11.2

if you have done it, please advise the steps.

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mwauki
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No you cannot. Sometimes you can get away with making a static ARP entry, and it'll work. But it's not guaranteed to work.
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any other alternatives or what is the best practice?
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Do you have any other devices on your network that could handle DHCP duties?
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What systems are available on your network/locations? Dhcp server can be easily setup on different OSs....... And .......
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Static reservation NO > As pointed out above dont consider static ARP entries - sometimes it will work sometimes it wont!

You can set the ASA up as a DHCP Relay now.
http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/security/asa/asa96/configuration/general/asa-96-general-config/basic-dhcp-ddns.html
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thank you, i have setup a dchp server on a server and was able to do what i wanted to do.
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