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FAQ - How Does What Is the Mechanism for an ME60 to Process DHCP Server Status Changes

Publication Date:  2013-09-22  |   Views:  172  |   Downloads:  0  |   Author:  53438  |   Document ID:  ETC0001084314

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Issue Description

What is the mechanism for an ME60 to process DHCP server status changes when it tries to obtain an IP address from the server?

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Root Cause

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Solution

In V100R006C05, the ME60 processes the DHCP server status change using a 3-minute mechanism similar to the RADIUS server. To be specific, when a DHCP user goes online, an ME60 sends a request packet to a DHCP server. If failing to receive a response from the DHCP server within 25s, the ME60 sets the status of the server to DOWN and sends a request packet to another up server if a new DHCP user goes online. The status of the server becomes up within 3 minutes and the ME60 will send request packets to it.

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