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To add to this- this behavior can be seen with computers that have multiple net...
Hello SVandenBranden , This limitation would be reflected in the documentation ...
Server A should be able to resolve the name of the delegated server (Server B)....
I hadn't thought of using Device Hints for that. I suppose that manually setting the type for each controller would have had the same effect but require lots more clicking.
I'll have to get an AP for our NetMRI LAB But I will also check the API docs
I ended up using a POST very similar to this. I pass all those keys/values as params. Thank you for your reply.
Can you show a screenshot of the supposed missing records? I find that the most typical mistake people make is to navigate into the subzone via the tab, but forget to change into the record view.
Have you defined the option parameters under DHCP > Options Spaces > DHCP? my option 150 is as follows- Name: option-150 Code: 150 Type: array of ip-address
In NetMRI 7.0, you can achieve this via a DSB. You can now access a mechanism to filter out lines for comparison purposes, but still store those lines in the archived config.
So, once I realized that the option() method returned a reference to an array, I was able to do: my $options = $object->options(); my @options = @{$options}; .. which is the amateurish way of that code segment you have. thanks!

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