Configures DHCP servers.
Lists available DHCP commands (more verbose than
Dumps the configuration of the DHCP server as a series of NetShell commands.
Adds a DHCP server to the list of authorized DHCP servers stored in Active Directory. You can specify either the DNS name or IP address of the server.
Removes a DHCP server from the list of authorized DHCP servers.
Lists all authorized DHCP servers in the current domain.
Enters the subcontext for the specified DHCP server, which enables
you to configure the DHCP server using the
show commands. These
commands and their options are summarized in Table 5-8.
Note that the
commands enter new subcontexts. The Scope context configures a
specific scope on the server, and Mscope configures multicast scopes.
The commands available in these subcontexts are shown in Table 5-9
and Table 5-10.
You can tell what context you are currently in by the command prompt during a NetShell session. For example:
server \\mydhcpdhcp server>
In the previous example, you move from the Windows command shell to
the NetShell global context (
netsh>), then to
the DHCP context (
dhcp>), and finally to the
DHCP server context (
server>), which is a subcontext for a particular ...