The set protocols dhcp server pool range high command configures the upper boundary of a range of addresses in the address pool.
set protocols dhcp server pool <pool-name> range <range-name> high <ipv4-address>
Specifies an address pool name. The value is a string of case-sensitive characters, spaces are not supported.
Specifies a range name of addresses. The value is a string of case-sensitive characters, spaces are not supported.
Specifies the upper boundary of a range of addresses. The value is in dotted decimal notation.
This command should be configured together with the command set protocols dhcp server pool <pool-name> range <range-name> low <ipv4-address>, separately configuring the lower and upper boundaries of an address range of an address pool. The address range is required to be a subnet of the address pool.
- The address range is optional. If not configured, it means that all the IP addresses in the address pool are available for address assignment. However, if configured, only addresses in the range are used for address assignment.
- When multiple address ranges are configure under an address pool, there should be no address overlap between different ranges.
- Configure a range of addresses.