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How to Transition Embedded Options to Prepare for DHCPv6 Readiness

Embedded options are slowly becoming standard for Broadband Command Center. This means that you no longer have to create a template and associate it to Client Class, Rule, and Device Classifier. Instead, a number of DHCP objects now have an embedded template (called “DHCPv4 Network Settings or DHCPv6 Network Settings”), where you can specify the DHCPv4/DHCPv6 options that you need to use. This feature eases the process of determining which options are required to provision a device and accelerates the diagnostic process when errors are encountered.     Continue Reading

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