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Exporting Subnet Name, Range, Status DNS\DHCP

Hi there,

My boss asked me to provide a list of all subnets currently running.

Information required areL
1- name
2- range
3 active\passive


Do you know how to do this using iManager or something else?

I have 50+ servers and just started today...

Thanks.
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6567410 Wrote in message:

> My boss asked me to provide a list of all subnets currently running.
>
> Information required areL
> 1- name
> 2- range
> 3 active\passive


By "all subnets currently running" you mean in relation to DHCP?

> Do you know how to do this using iManager or something else?
>
> I have 50+ servers and just started today...


Are these OES (Linux) and/or Linux?

Whilst you can get the information via iManager it either involves
cutting and pasting or writing stuff down. With the DHCP
configuration being stored in eDirectory it's possible to access
or export it via LDAP - the reason for asking whether NetWare or
OES is that different DHCP objects are used for each.

HTH.
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Simon
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Hi Simon,

Thanks for your reply.

It is OES on Linux Suse 11 server.

Thanks.
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