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You said open to insults : Oh dear. You replied to a 3+ year old thread, in the...
Hi, From the error message, it looks like you have made a typo: configue_for_dhcp. It should be configure_for_dhcp. Regards, Krishna Vasudevan
Thanks Richard for the Info. Maybe I will have to use some kind of external Dat...
Hi, You need to change your request to look like below. curl -k -u xxxx:xxxx -X...
Personally I would not. If you have a need for such a behavior, I suppose you could get the full list of free addresses, and then use your own algorithm to choose an address. However that would be quite inefficient.
Thanks Richard. That explains a lot.
Yes, anything in square brackets is an array. That section would look like this: "exclude": ["192.168.1.1","192.168.1.2","192.168.1.3"] You could also place an exclusion range or a set of reservations in the network, to block out addresses.
The discovered MAC address (along with all the other discovered data) is stored...
You can get a list of the lease objects using an IPAM approach: curl -k1 -u adm...

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