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I am running CentOS 5 dhcpd to serve out IP addresses on a Lab Network for testing of various tr069 compliant gateways. The observation is: the DHCP server is able ...
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    DHCPD configuration for ACS discovery - Help requested- Edited


    I am running CentOS 5 dhcpd to serve out IP addresses on a Lab Network for testing of various tr069 compliant gateways.

    The observation is:
    the DHCP server is able to send down the ACS url automatically when assigning the URL - at least that is what the manuals all say.

    The problem is:
    There are literally ZERO examples of code on how this works. We have tried to follow the format that the manuals say need to be followed - but it doesn't work still - I fear we are missing some sort of declaring part.

    The Question is:
    Does anyone know how to do this particular feat? it seems to be slightly out my my realm and it is really important for use to get this up and going as soon as possible. The future of the company is resting on my inexperienced shoulders at the moment.

    Here is my code as it currently stands:
    Code:
    subnet 192.168.25.0
    netmask 255.255.255.0 {
     range  192.168.25.100 192.168.25.199;
     option broadcast-address 192.168.25.255;
     option domain-name-servers 192.168.0.104;
     option routers 192.168.25.1;
     option space cwmp;
     option cwmp.ManagementServer.URL code 195 = text;
     option cwmp.ManagementServer.PeriodicInformEnable code 196 = boolean;
     option cwmp.ManagementServer.PeriodicInformInterval code 197 = unsigned integer 16;
     
     option cwmp.ManagementServer.URL "http://192.168.25.193:8080/acs-cpe-responder/tr-069";
     option cwmp.ManagementServer.PeriodicInformEnable on;
     option cwmp.ManagementServer.PeriodicInformInterval 10;
     option cwmp-enc code 198 = encapsulate cwmp;
    }



    And help would be greatly appreciated.

    - Wasaabi -
    Last edited by wasaabi; 04-22-2008 at 11:15 PM. Reason: Added Code

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    Did you ever solve this matter? We are in the exact same situation and would really appreciate to get in touch to discuss this topic.

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    Welcome to the forums, snurrings!

    This thread is well over a year old and the OP hasn't logged in since starting it, so it's doubtful that it's being monitored. Please start a new thread of your own describing in detail any issues that you are experiencing.

    Sorry for any inconvenience.
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