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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z

Index

A

A6 records A-2

AAAA records A-2

absolute domain names

See FQDN

Activity server logging 4-10

Add button (GUI) 3-12

adding

administrators 4-5

caching-only servers 5-12

clusters 3-8, 3-12, 4-2

custom DHCP options 7-15

forwarders 5-15

glue records 6-14

hosts 5-4, 5-7

lease reservations 8-17

options for policies 7-8

primary forward zones 5-2, 9-3

resource records 6-15

servers to Server Status Monitor 3-13, 4-12

subzones 6-12

zones

hosts 6-7

secondary name servers 5-11

secondary reverse 5-12

address-block command (CLI) 3-4

create 14-6

delete 14-7

get 14-7

list 14-7

listnames 14-7

listsubnets 14-7

set

default-subnet-size 14-7

initial-subnet 14-6

namespace 14-5

namespace-id 14-5, 14-6

policy 14-6

segment-name 14-7

selection-tags 14-6

subnet-increment 14-6

show 14-7

unset 14-6

address-block-policy command (CLI) 3-4

delete 14-7

enable/disable allow-lease-time-override 14-7

get 14-7

getOption 14-7

listOptions 14-7

listVendorOptions 14-7

setOption 14-7

set server-lease-time 14-7

setVendorOption 14-7

show 14-7

unset 14-7

unsetOption 14-7

unsetVendorOption 14-7

address blocks 2-11, 14-1

associating policies 14-6

creating 14-6

default subnet size 14-7

embedded policies 14-7

LAN segments 14-7

listing 14-7

listing subnets 14-7

orphaned leases 14-8

selection tags 14-6

showing 14-7

addresses

class C 8-6, 8-12

dynamic 5-3

IP format 2-1, B-22

provisional 10-13

static 5-3

usage, displaying 4-15, 8-21

address pools, on-demand

See subnet allocation, DHCP

address ranges, adding to scopes 8-2

Address records

See A records

Address Usage report 4-15, 8-21

Add Zone dialog box 5-2

admin command (CLI) 3-4

create 4-6

delete 4-7

enterPassword 4-6

get password 4-6

list 4-7

listnames 4-7

set password 4-7

show 4-6

administering clusters 4-1

administrators

adding 4-5

changing password 3-7, 4-7

deleting 4-7

listing 4-7

AFSDB records A-3

agent_server_log file 4-10

AIC_CLUSTER environment variable 3-2

AIC_NAME environment variable 3-2

AIC_PASSWORD environment variable 3-2

aicwin32gui_log file 4-10

allowing dual zone updates 9-8

all-subnets-local option, DHCP 7-5, B-4

A records 6-8, A-1, G-1

arp-cache-timeout option, DHCP 7-5, B-5

authoritative name servers 2-3, G-1

adding 5-6, 6-6

removing 6-7

B

backing up

CNRDB data 4-21

databases 4-17, 4-18

MCD data 4-20

BIND files

format 5-3

importing 1-2, 5-3, 5-10

BOOLEAN option validation B-22

boot-file option, DHCP B-11

BOOTP 1-3

clients

moving/decommissioning 8-7

supporting 11-21

configuring 12-1

requirements 12-1

dynamic 1-3, 11-21

enabling 12-4

enabling, disabling 8-7, 12-2

extensions B-1

file reply packet field 12-2

options 7-15, B-19

packet-file-name option 12-2

packet-server-name option 12-2

packet-siaddr option 12-2

relay 8-4, 11-2

multiple servers 7-17

routers 7-17

siaddr reply packet field 12-2

sname reply packet field 12-2

static 11-21

boot-size option, DHCP B-3

BROADCAST_ADDR option validation B-22

broadcast-address option, DHCP 7-5, B-4

BYTES option validation B-22

C

C/C++ extensions 7-19, 7-20

cache

client 1-3, 10-15

flushing 6-22

persistent, See persistent cache

caching-only servers 2-6

adding 5-12

canceling lease reservations 8-19

Canonical Name records

See CNAME records

carlicense, LDAP attribute 13-8

CDE 3-6

chaddr, DHCP field 8-27, G-1

changeset database, DDNS 9-2

checkpoint interval 9-2

changing

administrator password 3-7, 4-7

scope netmask 8-4

characters, trailing dot 5-2

check-lease-acceptable extension point, DHCP 7-20

checkpointing, zone

backing up file 4-18, 4-21

dumping file 9-3

forcing 9-3

ciaddr, DHCP field 8-27, 14-3, G-1

Cisco routers 7-17

class C addresses 8-6, 8-12

classless in-addr.arpa zones 1-2

class of service 1-3, 2-17

CLI 1-5, 3-1

attributes 3-2

classes 3-3

command structure 3-2

command syntax 3-1

documentation 1-8

features 3-3

invoking nrcmd program 3-1

methods 3-3

properties 3-3

read-only 3-2, 4-3

saving changes 3-4

client-class command (CLI) 3-5

create 10-4

delete 10-5

get 10-4

list 10-4

listnames 10-4

set 10-4

action 10-4

host-name 10-4

policy-name 10-4

selection-criteria(-excluded) 10-7

show 10-4

unset 10-4

client-classes

action 10-11

action setting 10-4

configuring 10-2

creating 10-4

defining 10-4

displaying 10-4

embedded policies 10-8

enabling 2-18, 10-2

failover 11-2

hostnames 10-4

inclusion and exclusion 10-6

listing 10-4

moving clients 10-14

quality of service 1-3, 2-17

removing 10-6

scope-selection tags 10-2, 10-3

setting properties 10-4

showing 10-4

skipping client entries 10-14

troubleshooting 10-16

client-class-policy command (CLI) 3-5, 10-8

delete 10-8

enable/disable 10-8

allow-dual-zone-dns-update 9-8

allow-lease-time-override 10-8

getOption 10-9

get server-lease-time 10-8

listOptions 10-9

listVendorOptions 10-9

setLeaseTime 10-9

setOption 10-9

set server-lease-time 10-8

setVendorOption 10-9

show 10-8

unsetOption 10-9

unset server-lease-time 10-8

unsetVendorOption 10-9

client command (CLI) 3-4

create 10-9

default create 10-9

delete 10-10

list 10-10

listnames 10-10

set 10-9

action=exclude 10-9

action=one-shot 10-13

authenticate-until 10-10, 10-14

client-class-name 10-15

domain-name 10-9

host-name=@no-host-name-option 10-9

policy-name 10-9, 10-13

selection-criteria(-excluded) 10-10

unauthenticated-client-class-name 10-15

show 10-10

unset 10-10

client-fqdn option, DHCP 9-6

Client-Identifier option, DHCP B-10

client-policy command (CLI) 3-5, 10-12

delete 10-12

enable/disable

allow-dual-zone-dns-update 9-8

allow-lease-time-override 10-12

get 10-12

getOption 10-12

dhcp-lease-time 10-12

listOptions 10-12

setLeaseTime 10-12

setOption 10-12

set server-lease-time 10-12

setVendorOption 10-12

show 10-12

unset 10-12

unsetOption 10-12

unsetVendorOption 10-12

clients

caching parameters 1-3, 10-15

displaying properties 10-10

editing 10-11

embedded policies 10-11

hardware address 8-27, G-1

IP address 8-27, 14-3, G-1

limiting authentication 10-14

listing 10-10

moving to another subnet 10-14

removing 10-11

unknown 10-13

Windows 2000 10-12

your IP address 14-3, G-9

clusters

adding 3-8, 3-12, 4-2

connecting to 4-2

overriding lock 4-3

warning messages 4-2

defined 4-1

disconnecting from 4-4

removing 3-12, 4-4

viewing states 4-4

CNAME records 5-4, A-3, G-2

CNRDB database G-2

backing up 4-18, 4-21

files 4-22

log files 4-10, 4-22

recovering 4-22

.com domain 2-2

Command Line Interface

See CLI

Common Desktop Environment

See CDE

COMMUNICATIONS-INTERRUPTED, failover 2-15

config_mcd_log file 4-10

configuration

guidelines 1-5

remote 1-5

configuring BOOTP 12-1

moving/decommissioning client 12-3

configuring client-classes

See client-classes

configuring DHCP leases

See leases

configuring DHCP scopes

See scopes

configuring DHCP servers 2-7, 7-1

forwarding 1-4, 7-18

options 7-8, 8-8

overview 7-2

policies, See policies

scopes, See scopes

second server 7-17

switching 1-4, 7-18

configuring DNS server

relaxing dynamic update 9-5

configuring DNS servers 5-1

advanced options 6-19

caching-only 5-12

enabling relaxed dynamic update 6-21

exception resolution 5-18

flushing cache 6-22

forwarders 5-15

forwarding 5-15

general properties 5-14

hosts 5-4, 5-7

importing zone data 5-3

incremental zone transfer (IXFR) 5-21

local and external port numbers 6-23

localhost 5-1

loopback zones, See loopback, zones

maximum cache TTL property 5-12, 6-21

maximum memory cache size 6-22

name servers 5-4

negative cache time 6-21, G-5

NOTIFY, See NOTIFY

options 5-19

prefetching glue records 6-20

rebuilding resource records indexes 6-23

recursive queries 5-19

reporting lame delegation 6-20

resource records 5-4, 6-17

reverse zones 5-9

root name 5-16

round-robin, See round-robin

secondary, See secondary name servers

SOA record 5-4

specifying exception list 5-17

subnet sorting 5-21

subzones 5-4

zone transfers 5-4

configuring dynamic DNS update

See dynamic DNS update

configuring failover

See Failover

configuring LDAP 13-1

enabling querying 13-2

entry creation 13-10

lease-state

attributes 13-5

updates 13-6

mapping to DHCP 13-2

state updates 13-8

storing lease data

independently 13-7

with client entry 13-7

configuring leases

See leases

configuring policies

See policies

configuring primary name servers 5-1

configuring resource records 6-15

configuring routers for DHCP 7-17

configuring scopes

See scopes

configuring secondary zones

expiration time 6-6

refresh time 6-5

retry time 6-5

configuring SOA records 5-4

configuring subzones 6-12

delegating 6-13

editing delegated subzone records 6-15

hiding 5-20

name server 6-12

addresses 6-13

removing delegated 6-14, 6-15

configuring virtual private networks

See VPNs

configuring zones 6-1

authoritative name servers 5-6, 6-6

delegating subzones G-8

disabling transfers 6-10

enabling dynamic DNS update 6-11

filtering resource records 6-17

hosts 6-9

primary server 6-4

removing

duplicate resource records 6-24

dynamic resource records 6-17

hosts 6-9

records after deleting 6-18

resource records 6-16

resource records 6-15

restricting transfers 6-10

setting SOA properties 5-4

SOA records 6-2

TTL properties 6-3

configuring zone transfers 6-9

confirming

dynamic DNS update 9-2

zone settings 5-8

connecting to cluster 4-2

Control button (GUI) 3-11

controlling servers 4-8

cookie-servers option, DHCP B-2

copying policies 7-8

creating

address blocks 14-6

client-classes 10-4

embedded policies 8-6

loopback zones C-1

password without displaying 4-6

policies 7-6

scopes 8-2

slave servers 5-15, 5-16

zones 5-2

cron task (UNIX) 8-22

CSV text files, exporting to 1-5

custom-option command (CLI) 3-5

create 7-15

delete 7-17

get 7-15

list 7-15

listnames 7-15

set 7-16

show 7-15

unset 7-15

D

databases

backup 4-17

strategies 4-18

third party programs 4-18

utilities 4-18

binding G-1

CNRDB 4-18, G-2

DDNS changeset 9-2

exporting 1-5, 4-27

LDAP 13-1

loading on startup 4-8

log files 4-10

MCD 4-18, G-5

recovering, restoring 4-20

saving changes 3-4

writing to on exiting 3-2, 4-7

Data over Cable Service Interface Specification

See DOCSIS

dbcheck utility (backup) 4-20, 4-21, 4-29

de-activating

all leases in scope 8-16

leases

failover 11-15

in scopes 8-15

scope 8-9

debugging

scope selection tags 10-3

settings 10-3

Default Finger Server Option, DHCP B-8

Default Internet Relay Chat Server option, DHCP B-8

default-ip-ttl option, DHCP 7-5, B-4

default-tcp-ttl option, DHCP 7-5, B-5

Default World Wide Web Server option, DHCP B-8

defining

client-classes 10-4

DHCP advanced parameters 7-12

forwarding servers 5-15

root name servers 5-16

scopes 8-1

scope selection tags 10-3

delegating subzones G-2

deleting

administrators 4-7

client-classes 10-6

clients 10-10

custom DHCP options 7-16

database files 4-23

default interface, DHCP 7-3

delegated subzone 6-14, 6-15

forwarders 5-15

hosts 6-9

leases 8-16

loopback zones C-1

objects, using CLI 3-3

orphaned leases 8-5

policies 7-12

reservations 8-19

resource records 6-16, D-5

scopes 8-10, 11-17

scope selection tags 10-3

subzones 6-15

system default policies 7-5

zone records 6-18

deployment cases 1-6

failover 11-2

guidelines 1-5

large enterprise network 1-7, 9-3

small to medium size LANs 1-6

Windows 2000 D-1

deprovisioning LDAP client entries 13-4

DHCP

adding custom options 7-15

administration 2-8

allocation methods 1-3

Basic options B-19

benefits 2-7

buffers, allocating 7-13

busy optimization 7-22

clients

IP addresses 8-27, 14-3, G-1

MAC addresses 2-18, 8-27, G-1

NetBIOS name 2-18

your IP address 14-3, G-9

client-server model 2-8

configuration guidelines 1-5

configuring

second server 7-17

custom options 1-3, 7-15

editing 7-16

removing 7-16

defer lease extensions option 7-14, 7-15

discover interfaces option 7-4

displaying related servers 4-16, 11-6

dynamic DNS update, See dynamic DNS update

enable unicast 7-13, 7-15

ethernet addresses 7-3

extension points, See extension points

failover, See Failover

flexible name options 1-4, 10-6

@host-name-option 10-6

@no-host-name-option 10-6, 10-9

@use-macaddress 10-6, 10-9

forwarding 1-4, 7-18

Host IP options B-19

Interface options B-20

last transaction time granularity 7-14

LDAP

mode 13-3

service 3-3

Lease Information options B-20

leasequery, See leasequery

leases, See leases

log settings 7-21

Microsoft DHCP Client options B-20

multiple interface support 1-4

multi-threaded server 1-5

NetWare Client options 1-4, B-20

old states to keep 7-13

options 7-8

custom 1-3

editing 7-9, 8-8

RFC 2132 B-1

validation B-11

overview 2-7

Packet Fields options B-19

packet-file-name option 7-9

pinging hosts 8-14

ping packets 7-13

policies, See policies

protocol description 2-7

relay-agent-info option, See relay-agent-info option

remote WAN configuration 1-5, 7-2

renew times 1-6

request processing 2-17

requests, number of 7-13

responses, number of 7-13

routers 7-17

sample users 2-8

secondary subnets, See secondary subnets

servers

configuring 7-1

forwarding, switching 1-4, 7-18

IP address of next DHCP G-7

logging 4-10, D-7

properties 7-4

removing address from interface 7-3

selecting interface 7-3

troubleshooting 7-21

Servers options B-20

setting

custom options 7-15

lease times 1-6, 7-2

showing related servers 11-6

switching 1-4, 7-18

UDP packet size 7-13

utilization alerts 1-4

WINS/NetBios options B-21

DHCPACK packets G-2

dhcp-class-identifier option, DHCP 7-10, B-10

dhcp-client-identifier option, DHCP B-10

dhcp command (CLI) 3-5

attachExtension 7-18

detachExtension 7-18

disable

addr-blocks-use-client-affinity 14-6

addr-blocks-use-selection-tags 14-6

collect-performance-statistics 11-8

failover 11-17

ignore-icmp-errors 8-15

import-mode 11-14

inhibit-busy-optimization 7-22

use-host-name 9-3

vpn-communication 14-8

enable

addr-blocks-use-lan-segments 14-7

append-user-class-id-to-selection-tag 10-13

client-class 10-2, 13-3

defer-lease-extensions 7-14

delete-orphaned-leases 8-5, 14-8

delete-orphaned-subnets 14-8

discover-interfaces 7-4, 11-8

drop-packet-on-extension-failure 7-14

failover 11-16, 11-18

failover-use-safe-period 11-10

get-subnet-mask-from-policy 7-7

hardware-unicast 7-13, 7-14

ignore-icmp-errors 8-15

ignore-requests-for-other-servers 7-18

import-mode 11-14

ip-history 8-23

mac-address-only 7-14

one-lease-per-client 7-14

return-client-fqdn-if-asked 9-7

save-lease-renewal-time 13-6

skip-client-lookup 10-14

update-dns-for-bootp 12-3

use-client-fqdn 9-7

use-client-fqdn-first 9-7

use-dns-update-prereqs 9-4

use-ldap-client-data 13-3

get 7-14

dbsn 4-5

max-dhcp-responses 9-10

getRelatedServers 4-16, 11-6

reload 3-2, 13-3

set 7-14

activity-summary-interval 7-21

addr-blocks-default-selection-tags 14-6

client-cache-count 10-15

client-cache-ttl 10-16

dns-timeout 9-12, 11-8

drop-old-packets 7-14

failover-backup-percentage 11-13

failover-backup-server 11-3, 11-18

failover-dynamic-bootp-backup-percentage 11-21

failover-main-server 11-3, 11-18

failover-maximum-client-lead-time 11-20

failover-poll-interval 11-20

failover-poll-timeout 11-20

failover-recover 11-12, 11-17

failover-safe-period 11-10

ip-history-dir 8-23

last-transaction-time-granularity 7-14, 7-21

ldap-mode 13-3

lease-period-factor 11-20

log-settings 4-10, 7-21, 9-15, 10-3

log-settings=activity-summary 7-21

log-settings=client-class-processing 10-5

log-settings=client-criteria-processing 10-3, 10-16

log-settings=client-detail 10-16

log-settings=default 7-21

log-settings=dropped-waiting-packets 7-21

log-settings=failover-detail 11-6, 11-22

log-settings=incoming-packet-detail 7-21

log-settings=incoming-packets 7-21

log-settings=ldap-query-detail 10-16

log-settings=leasequery 7-21

log-settings=minimal-config-info 7-21

log-settings=missing-options 7-21

log-settings=no-dropped-bootp-packets 7-21

log-settings=no-dropped-dhcp-packets 7-21

log-settings=no-failover-activity 11-22

log-settings=no-failover-conflict 11-22

log-settings=no-invalid-packets 7-21

log-settings=no-reduce-logging-when-busy 7-21

log-settings=no-timeouts 7-21

log-settings=outgoing-packet-detail 7-21

log-settings=unknown-criteria 10-3

map-user-class-id 10-13

max-dhcp-requests 7-13, 7-14, 8-13

max-dhcp-responses 7-13, 7-14, 8-13

max-dns-packets 9-10

max-dns-renaming-retries 9-11

max-dns-retries 9-11

max-dns-ttl 9-12

max-ping-packets 7-13, 7-14

max-request-buffers 7-21

max-response-buffers 7-21

max-waiting-packets 7-21

mcd-blobs-per-bulk-read 7-22

scope-selection-tags 7-14

sms-lease-interval 7-19

sms-library-path 7-19

sms-network-discovery 7-19

sms-site-code 7-19

setPartnerDown 11-10, 11-17

show 7-14

start 4-8

stop 4-9

trimIPHistory 8-26

unset 7-14

get-subnet-mask-from-policy 7-7

updateSms 7-18, 7-19

DHCPDISCOVER packets G-2

dhcp-interface command (CLI) 3-5, 7-3

create 7-3

default show 7-3

list 7-3

set

addr 7-3

ignore 7-4

mask 7-4

show 7-3

DHCPLEASEQUERY packets

See leasequery

dhcp-lease-time option, DHCP 7-5, B-9

dhcp-max-message-size option, DHCP B-10

dhcp-message option, DHCP B-10

dhcp-message-type option, DHCP B-9

DHCPNACK packets G-2

DHCPOFFER packets G-2

dhcp-option-overload option, DHCP B-9

dhcp-parameter-request-list option, DHCP B-9

dhcp-rebinding-time option, DHCP B-10

dhcp-renewal-time option, DHCP B-10

DHCPRENEW packets G-2

dhcp-requested-address option, DHCP B-9

DHCPREQUEST packets 7-2, B-9, G-2

dhcp-server-identifier option, DHCP B-9

dhcp-user-class-id option, DHCP B-15

dig tool (UNIX) 5-16, 5-17

disabling

BOOTP 8-7

CLI attributes 3-3

client-classes 10-2

DHCP for scope 8-8

DNS server options 5-19

embedded policies 8-6

client-class 10-8

clients 10-11

failover 11-17

import mode 11-14

incremental zone transfers 5-21

IP forwarding B-3

LDAP schema checking 13-1

nonlocal source routing B-3

pinging before offering 8-20

recursive queries 5-20

scope properties 8-4

subnet sorting 5-21

subzone hiding 5-20

zone transfers 6-10

disconnecting from cluster 3-8, 4-4

discover interfaces DHCP option 7-4

displaying

address usage 4-15, 8-21

client-classes 10-4

client properties 10-10

DNS general server properties 5-14

leases 4-16, 8-21

Network Registrar windows 3-10

related DHCP servers 4-16, 11-6

server health 4-13

server statistics 4-13

zone resource records 5-4, 6-17

distinguished name (dn), LDAP 13-2

DNS

adding root name servers 5-16

address format 2-2

authoritative server, See authoritative name servers

backup servers 1-6

BIND, See BIND

caching-only servers, See caching-only servers

client/server model 2-5

configuration guidelines 1-5

configuring

dynamic DNS update 9-8

general server properties 5-14

creating slave servers 5-15, 5-16

defining root name servers 5-16

distributed database 5-1

domains, See domains

dynamic update, See dynamic DNS update

exception handling 5-17

exporting zones 5-4

flushing cache 6-22

glue records 6-13, G-3

adding, editing 6-14

invalid 6-13

removing 6-14

handling exceptions 5-17

hosts 5-4, 5-7

internal root servers, See root name servers

lame delegation 6-12

reporting 6-20

log settings 5-23

maximum

cache TTL property 5-12, 6-21, 6-22

memory cache size 6-22

multi-threaded server 1-5

name servers 2-5, 5-4

name-to-address resolution 2-6, A-1

negative cache time 6-21, G-5

NOTIFY, See NOTIFY

options

dynamic update, relaxing 9-5

enabling relaxed dynamic update 6-21

flushing DNS cache 6-22

local and external ports 6-23

maximum memory cache size 6-22

rebuilding resource record indexes 6-23

relaxed dynamic update 6-21

persistent cache, See persistent cache

ports 6-23

prefetching glue records 6-20

primary servers, See primary name servers

protocol description 2-1

recursive queries 5-19

removing

names from exception lists 5-19

root name servers 5-17

reporting lame delegation 6-20

resolution exception, See resolution exception

resolvers 1-3

reverse name servers 2-7

root servers, See root name servers

round-robin, See round-robin

secondary servers, See secondary, name servers

servers

logging 4-10, 5-23, D-6

name 5-14

troubleshooting 5-23

subzone hiding 1-2

zones, See zones

zone transfers 5-4

dns command (CLI) 3-5

addException 5-18

addForwarder 5-15

addRootHint 5-16

disable

hide-subzones 5-20

no-fetch-glue 6-20

no-recurse 5-13

subnet-sorting 5-21

enable

fake-ip-name-response 6-23

hide-subzones 5-20

ixfr-enable 3-4, 5-21

lame-deleg-notify 5-24, 6-20

no-recurse 5-20

notify 5-22

relax-ixfr-query-validation 5-21

round-robin 5-20

save-negative-cache-entries 6-23

slave-mode 5-15

subnet-sorting 5-21

update-relax-zone-name 9-4

flushCache 5-19, 6-22

get

no-recurse 5-13

round-robin 5-20

getHealth 5-23

listExceptions 5-18

listForwarders 5-15

listRootHints 5-17

rebuildRR-Indexes 6-24

reload 4-9, 5-9

removeException 5-19

removeForwarder 5-15

removeRootHint 5-17

scavenge 9-14

set

changeset-db-hist-max-trim-count 9-15

changeset-db-history-kept 9-15

htrim-zone-max-hist-allowed 9-15

htrim-zone-size-to-travel 9-15

ixfr-expire-interval 3-4, 5-21

local-port-num 6-23

log-settings 4-10, 5-23

max-cache-ttl 6-21

mem-cache-size 5-24, 6-22

neg-cache-ttl 5-24, 6-21

notify-defer-count 5-22

notify-min-interval 5-22, 5-24

notify-rcv-interval 5-23

notify-send-stagger 5-22, 5-24

notify-wait 5-22, 5-24

remote-port-num 6-23

scvg-ignore-restarts-interval 9-14

scvg-interval 9-14

scvg-no-refresh-interval 9-14

scvg-refresh-interval 9-14

show 5-14

DOCSIS 1-1, 1-3, G-2

DHCP option 7-9

TFTP and 2-20

documentation conventions xxii

documentation roadmap 1-8

domain-name option, DHCP B-3

domain names

dot-separated 2-2

space 2-2

tree structure 2-2

domain-name-servers option, DHCP 12-2, B-2

Domain Name System

See DNS

domains

difference from zones 2-3

names, See domain names

registering 2-3

dual zone updates 9-8

dumping

zone checkpoint file 9-3

dynamic

addresses 5-3, 8-21

BOOTP, See BOOTP, dynamic

DNS, See dynamic DNS update

resource records, filtering 6-18

dynamic DNS update 1-2, 1-3

benefits 2-12

changeset database 9-2

checkpoint, See checkpointing, zone

configuring 9-3

confirming records 9-2

definition 9-1

enabling 6-11, 9-8

forward

DNS zone name 9-5

server address 9-5

large deployments 1-6, 9-3

log settings 9-15

maximum record TTL property 9-12

number

DNS packets 9-9

renaming retries 9-11

retries 9-11

operation 2-12

packet size 9-10

prerequisites 9-4

request timeout 9-12

reverse

server addresses 9-5

zone names 9-5

scopes 9-3

specifying 5-4

troubleshooting 9-15

Windows 2000 clients 9-5

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

See DHCP

E

editing

address ranges 8-17

clients 10-11

custom DHCP options 7-16

delegated subzone records 6-15

DHCP options 7-9, 8-8

exception lists 5-19

forwarder list 5-15

glue record 6-14

hosts 5-4, 5-7, 6-9

license key 3-8

MAC addresses 8-18

policies 7-12

default 7-7

options 7-9, 7-12

resource records 6-15

root name servers 5-17

scopes 8-4

scope selection criteria for client-class 10-6, 10-11

selection tags 10-7, 10-8

serial numbers 6-4

SOA properties 6-2

.edu domain 2-2

enabling

address pinging 7-13, 8-4, 8-14

allowing lease time overrides 10-8, 10-12

A record updates 9-8

BOOTP 8-7

CLI attributes 3-3, 3-4

client-class entry skipping 10-14

client-classes 2-18, 10-2

client entry lookups 10-13

discover interfaces 11-8

DNS server options 5-19

dynamic BOOTP 8-8, 11-21, 12-4

dynamic DNS update 5-4, 6-11, 9-8

embedded client-class policies 10-8

embedded client policies 10-11

embedded policies 8-6

failover 11-5

safe period 11-10

fqdn option sending 9-7

glue record prefetching 6-20

import mode 11-14

incremental zone transfer (IXFR) 1-6, 5-21

IP forwarding B-3

iterative queries 5-20

lame delegation

reporting 6-20

LDAP

client data use 13-3

entry creation 13-11

queries 13-2

updates 13-9, 13-10

lease extension deferment 7-14

lease time overrides 8-6

nonlocal source routing B-3

nonpermanent leases 7-8

NOTIFY, See NOTIFY

permanent leases 7-6, 7-8

read-only option data types 7-10

recursive queries 5-13, 5-19

relaxed dynamic update 6-21

relaxed IXFR query validation 5-21

relaxing dynamic update 9-5

round-robin 5-20, 5-21

scope properties 8-4

scopes 9-3

slave mode 5-15

SNMP notification viewing E-2

SRV record viewing D-5

subnet sorting 5-21

subzone hiding 5-20

unicast for DHCP 7-13, 7-15

zones 9-8

zone transfers 5-4, 6-9

restricting 5-11, 5-12, 6-10

end option, DHCP B-2

enterprises 1-1

Error server logging 4-10

/etc/hosts file format 5-4

Ethernet Encapsulation option, DHCP B-5

event logging 4-10

Event Viewer, Windows 4-10

exception

See resolution exception

exit command (CLI) 3-2, 3-5, 4-7

exiting

CLI 3-2

Network Registrar 4-7

export command (CLI) 3-5

addresses 3-5, 11-15

config 11-15

database 11-15

dhcp-only 11-15

file 11-15

namespace 11-15, 14-5

password 11-15

table 11-15

time-ascii 11-15

time-numeric 11-15

username 11-15

hostfile 5-4

leases 8-13, 8-14, 11-15

-client 11-15

-namespace 11-15, 14-5

-server 11-15

-time-numeric 11-15

zone 5-3

zonenames 5-4

exporting

data 1-5

databases, See databases, exporting

leases 8-13

extension command (CLI) 3-5

extension points, DHCP 1-3, 7-19, 7-20

extensions, DHCP 7-19

extensions-path option, DHCP B-3

external port 6-23

F

Failover 1-3

back office configuration 11-3

backup

percentage 2-16, 11-13

pool percentage 11-13

server, removing 11-17

benefits 2-14

BOOTP clients 11-21

changing DHCP configurations 11-7

client-classes 11-2

configuring 11-1

BOOTP relay 11-2

LDAP 11-2

simple sites 11-3

de-activating leases 11-15

enabling 11-5

exporting leases 11-15

importing leases 11-14

lazy updates 11-19

lease period factor 11-19

logging 11-6, 11-22

maintenance 11-6

maximum client lead time, changing 11-19

monitoring 11-22

multiple interfaces 11-18

network failures 11-22

operation 2-14

halting 11-17

partner down 11-9

removing backup server 11-17

request/response buffer settings 11-23

reservations 11-2

restrictions, communications interrupted 2-15

safe period 11-10

scope-selection tags 11-2

states 2-14

transitions 11-9

symmetrical sites 11-4

system defaults 11-20

troubleshooting 11-22

types 2-14

file_tftp_1_log file 4-10, 4-25

filtering

LDAP searches 13-2, 13-9

policies B-4

resource records 6-17

finger-servers option, DHCP B-8

flexible name options

See DHCP, flexible name options

flushing DNS cache 6-22

font-servers option, DHCP B-7

force-lock command (CLI) 3-5, 4-3

forcing

lease availability 8-7, 8-19

scavenging 9-14

zone

checkpointing 9-3

transfers 6-9

formatting

IP history query output 8-24

forwarding servers 5-15

DHCP 1-4, 7-18

editing 5-15

listing 5-15

FQDN 2-2, 6-16, G-3

DHCP processing 2-17

option, DHCP 9-6, B-15

free-address-low-threshold event, SNMP E-1

G

gateway address 2-19, 8-27, 14-2, G-3

getting

related DHCP servers 4-16, 11-6

scavenging start time 9-14

scope properties 8-4

server health 4-13, 5-23

server statistics 4-13

TFTP trace level 4-25

giaddr, DHCP field 2-19, 8-27, 14-2, G-3

givenname attribute, LDAP 13-3, 13-4

glue records 6-13, G-3

adding, editing 6-14

invalid 6-13

prefetching 6-20

removing 6-14

GMT (Greenwich Mean Time)

lease time format 8-13

.gov domain 2-2

grace period, leases 7-6

graphical user interface

See GUI

grep tool (UNIX) 4-29

GUI 1-5, 3-6

Help menu 3-2, 3-10

menu bar 3-8

Servers menu 3-9

Server Status Monitor, See Server Status Monitor

starting

Solaris 3-7

Windows NT 3-7

Statistics window 3-11

toolbar 3-10

View menu 3-9

Window menu 3-10

H

halting failover operation 11-17

hardware addresses

See MAC addresses

help, online 3-2, 3-10

help command (CLI) 3-2, 3-5

hiding

Server Status Monitor 3-10

status bar 3-10

subzones 1-2, 5-20

tree control 3-10

HINFO records A-4, G-4

HKEY_CURRENT_USER environment variable 3-2

host file format 5-4

Host Info records

See HINFO records

@host-name-option, flexible name option 10-6

host-name option, DHCP B-3

disabling examining 9-3

HOSTNAME option validation B-22

hosts

adding to zones 5-7, 6-7

BOOTP 8-7, 12-1

dynamic 6-11, 8-12, 9-1

editing 6-9

files 5-4

moving 10-14

multiple interface 11-18

naming 10-6

pinging 1-4, 8-14

removing 5-7, 6-9

hosts.local file C-2

I

ICMP

echo, See PING

errors, ignoring 8-14

icons, objects 3-12

ieee802.3-encapsulation option, DHCP 7-5, B-5

IETF 2-7, 8-9, G-2

ifconfig tool (UNIX) 4-29, 7-3

ignoring requests for other DHCP servers 7-18

import command (CLI) 3-5

leases 8-13, 14-5

named.boot 5-3

importing

backup server leases 11-14

data 1-5, 5-3

failover servers 11-14

leases 8-13

leases with namespaces 14-5

loopback zones C-2

named.boot file 5-3

zones 1-2, 5-3

impress-servers option, DHCP B-3

in-addr.arpa domain 1-2, 2-7, G-4

incremental zone transfers 1-2, G-4

enabling 1-6, 5-21

Info server logging 4-10

init-entry extension point, DHCP 7-20

INIT-REBOOT packets 2-15

INT16 option validation B-22

INT32 option validation B-22

integrating SMS with DHCP server 7-18

interface cards 7-3, D-6

interface-mtu option, DHCP 7-5, B-4

Internet Control Message Protocol

See ICMP

Internet Engineering Task Force 2-7, G-2

Internet Operating System

See IOS

Internet Service Providers 1-1

Intranet Builder 5-17

invoking

CLI 3-1

object properties 3-11

IOS, VPN support 14-1

IPADDR_LIST option validation B-22

IPADDR_MASK_LIST option validation B-22

IPADDR_PAIR_LISToption validation B-22

IP addresses

See addresses, IP

IP Address Lease Time option, DHCP B-9

IPADDR option validation B-22

ipconfig utility 7-3, 8-10, 10-12

ip-forwarding option, DHCP B-3

IP helper address 7-17

IP history

database directory 8-23

enabling 8-23

query output formatting 8-24

query utility 8-23

recording 8-23

trimming 8-26

iphist utility 8-23

irc-servers option, DHCP B-8

ISDN records A-4

ISPs 1-1

IXFR

See incremental zone transfers

J

joining logical subnets 8-7

K

keybuild utility (backup) 4-20, 4-21, 4-28

L

lame delegation 5-13, 6-12, G-4

reporting 6-20

LAN segments 2-17, G-7

address blocks, enabling 14-7

large enterprise network deployment 1-7

lazy updates, failover 11-19

LDAP 1-4, 6-19, 13-1

carlicense attribute 13-8

client configuration 13-1

configuring 13-1

deprovisioning client entries 13-4

DHCP

client queries 13-2

mapping 3-3, 13-2, 13-3

directory support 13-2

disabling schema checking 13-1

distinguished name (dn) 13-2

embedded policies 13-4

enabling querying 13-2

entry creation 13-10, 13-11

failover configuration 11-2

filtering searches 13-9

givenname attribute 13-3, 13-4

lease-state

attributes 13-5

updates 13-6

localityname attribute 13-3

password 13-2

protocol definition 13-1

queries, enabling 13-2

request timeout period 13-12

search

filter 13-3

path 13-2

scope 13-2

server preference 13-3

server properties 3-5

setting number of connections 13-12

sn (surname) attribute 13-3

state updates 13-8

storing lease data

independently 13-7

with client entry 13-7

thread wait period 13-12

typical attribute settings 13-12

uid attribute 13-8

updates, enabling 13-9, 13-10

user name 13-2

ldap command (CLI) 3-5

create 13-2, 13-9

delete 13-2

disable

can-create 13-12

can-query 13-12

can-update 13-12

enable

can-create 13-11, 13-12

can-query 10-16, 13-3, 13-12

can-update 13-9, 13-10, 13-12

limit-requests 13-12

getEntry 13-3

list 13-3

listnames 13-3

set

connections 13-12

create-object-classes 13-11

dn-attribute 13-10

dn-create-format 13-10

dn-format 13-10

max-requests 13-12

password 13-2, 13-9, 13-10, 13-11

port 13-11

preference 13-3, 13-11

reactivate-interval 13-11

search-filter 13-3, 13-4, 13-12

search-path 13-2, 13-12

search-scope 13-2

threadwaittime 13-12

timeout 13-12

update-search-attribute 13-9

update-search-filter 13-9

update-search-path 13-9

update-search-scope 13-9

username 13-2, 13-9, 13-10, 13-12

setEntry 13-3

create-dictionary givenname 13-11

create-dictionary localityname 13-11

create-dictionary sn 13-11

query-dictionary 13-11

query-dictionary givenname 13-3

query-dictionary localityname 13-3

query-dictionary sn 13-3

update-dictionary carlicense 13-9, 13-10

update-dictionary uid 13-9, 13-10

show 13-3

unsetEntry 13-3

lease command (CLI) 3-5

activate 8-15

deactivate 8-15, 8-16

delete-reservation 8-19

force-available 8-20, 12-3

list 4-16, 8-11

-lansegment 8-11

-macaddr 8-11

-subnet 8-11

macaddr 8-11

send-reservation 8-17

set

address 13-6

client-dns-name 13-6

client-domain-name 13-6

client-flags 13-6

client-host-name 13-6

client-id 13-6

client-mac-addr 13-6

expiration 13-6

flags 13-6

lease-renewal-time 13-6

start-time-of-state 13-6

state 13-6

vendor-class-identifier 13-6

show 8-11

lease-notification command (CLI) 3-5, 8-22

available 8-21, 8-22

mail-host 8-22

recipients 8-22

scopes 8-22

lease period factor, failover 11-19

leasequery 1-4, 8-26

logging 7-21

reservations and 8-28

leases 2-9

activity 4-16

addresses 8-11

available state 8-12

benefits 2-9

canceling reservations 8-19

configuring 8-1

database 4-10

de-activated state 8-11, 8-12

de-activating 8-16, 11-15, 12-3

all in scope 8-16

deferring extensions 7-14, 7-15

defined 2-8

displaying 4-16, 8-21

excluding address from range 8-16

expired state 2-8, 8-12

exporting 8-13, 11-15

failures 11-22

file 8-13

addresses, DHCP server 8-13

allowable extension time 8-13

client IDs 8-14

domain names 8-14

hostnames 8-14

IP addresses 8-13

last transaction time 8-13

lease expiration time 8-13

MAC addresses 8-13

namespace name 8-14

start of lease time 8-13

time format 8-14

forcing availability 8-7, 8-19

grace period 7-6, 7-8

history, See IP history

hostnames 8-12

importing 8-13

backup server 11-14

LDAP attributes 13-8

leased state 8-12

listing 8-11

MAC addresses 8-12

making available 8-17

nonpermanent 7-8

notification, receiving 8-22

obtaining 2-12

offered state 8-12

one-shot 10-13

orphaned 8-5

orphaned by namespace 14-8

pending available state 8-12

permanent 7-6, 7-8, 8-13

pinging before allocating 8-14

pinging before offering 1-4

properties 4-16, 8-16, 12-3

provisional 10-13

querying, See leasequery

re-acquiring 2-14

re-activating 8-15

refreshing list 8-17

releasing 2-13

renewal time, saving as state 13-6

renewing 2-8

requesting 4-7

reserved status 8-11

reserving 8-17, 11-2

leasequery and 8-28

re-using 12-3

scopes 2-8

viewing in 8-10

sorting 8-10

states 8-11, 8-12, 8-16, 13-6

state updates in LDAP 13-6

times, guidelines 1-6, 7-2, 8-12

types 2-9

unavailable

clearing 8-20

handling 8-20

state 8-12, 8-22

when pinging before offering 8-14

utilization 1-4, 8-21

viewing 8-11

Lease Utilization report 8-21

license command (CLI) 3-5

get

expiration 4-3

key 4-3

set key 4-3

show 4-3

license keys

editing 3-8

entering 3-8, 4-3

Lightweight Directory Access Protocol

See LDAP

limiting

client authentication 10-14

Linux

recommendations 1-6, 1-7

listing

address blocks 14-7

address block subnets 14-7

administrators 4-7

client-classes 10-4

clients 10-10

custom options 7-15

forwarders 5-15

leases 8-11

leases for scope 8-11

options 7-8

policies 7-8

policy options 7-5

reservations 8-17

resolution exception 5-18

resource records 5-9, 6-17

scope properties 8-4

scope ranges 8-16

scope-selection tags 10-3

localhost 3-2, 3-7, 4-2, 5-1, C-1

state, failover 11-6

localityname attribute, LDAP 13-3

local port 6-23

specifying 6-23

lock files 4-20

log.xxx files, CNRDB 4-10, 4-22

logging

client-classes 10-3

database 4-21, 4-22

DHCP 7-21, D-7

DNS 5-23, D-6

dynamic DNS update 9-15

events 4-10

failover 11-6, 11-22

files 4-10

leasequery 7-21

MCD database 4-10

NOTIFY, See NOTIFY

NT 4-9

Server Agent 4-10

server events 4-9

servers 4-10

startups 4-9

WIN32 GUI 4-10

login 3-7

read-only 3-2, 3-7, 4-3

remote 3-8

Login for Cluster dialog box 3-7

log-servers option, DHCP B-2

loopback

addresses 9-8, 9-9, G-5

zones 5-1, C-1, G-5

importing C-2

lpr-servers option, DHCP B-3

M

MAC addresses

clients 1-3, 2-18

displaying host addresses 8-12

editing 8-18

lease import file 8-13

leases 8-12

reserving leases 8-17

resource records 5-3

MASK option validation B-22

mask-supplier option, DHCP 7-5, B-4

max-dgram-reassembly option, DHCP 7-5, B-4

maximum cache TTL property, setting 5-12, 6-21, 6-22

maximum client lead time, failover 2-15, 11-12, 11-19

Maximum DHCP Message Size option, DHCP B-10

maximum memory cache size, setting 6-22

MB records A-4

mcdadmin utility 4-27, 13-5

MCD database G-5

administration utility 13-5

backing up 4-18, 4-20

files 4-10, 4-21

integrity 4-20

logging 4-10

recovering 4-20

mcdshadow backup utility 4-19

third party programs and 4-18

MCLT

See maximum client lead time

mcns-security-server option, DHCP B-15

merit-dump option, DHCP B-3

Message option, DHCP B-10

MG records A-4

Microsoft Client options, DHCP B-11

Microsoft DHCP stack 1-5, 7-2

.mil domain 2-2

MINFO records A-5

mobile-ip-home-agents option, DHCP B-15

monitoring

failover 11-22

remote 1-5

servers 4-12

moving DHCP clients to another subnet 10-14

MR records A-5

MSOs 1-1

multinetting 2-17, G-5

multiple interfaces 1-4

failover 11-18

Multiple Service Operators

See MSOs

multi-threaded server 1-5, 2-20

MX records 5-8, 6-8, A-5, G-5

N

name_dhcp_1_log file 4-10

name_dns_1_log file 4-10

Name Server records

See NS records

name servers

authoritative, See authoritative name servers

domain 2-2, 2-4

primary, See primary name servers

removing 5-7

reverse 2-7

root, See root name servers

secondary, See secondary, name servers

types 2-6

name-servers option, DHCP B-2

namespace

importing lease with 14-5

namespace command (CLI) 3-5

create 14-3

delete 14-4

disable

addr-blocks-use-client-affinity 14-6

addr-blocks-use-selection-tags 14-6

enable

addr-blocks-use-lan-segments 14-7

list 14-4

set

addr-blocks-default-selection-tags 14-6

vrf-name 14-3

show 14-4

unset 14-3

namespaces 2-10, 14-1

creating 14-3

current 14-4

identifier 14-3

importing leases in 14-5

LAN segments, enabling 14-7

orphaned leases 14-8

scopes 8-2, 14-4

setting current 8-2

VRFs 14-2, 14-3

name-to-address resolution 2-6, A-1

Naming Authority Pointer records

See NAPTR records

NAPTR records 1-2, 6-18, A-6

nds-context option, DHCP B-15

nds-servers option, DHCP B-15

nds-tree option, DHCP B-15

negative cache time 6-21, G-5

netbios-dd-servers option, DHCP B-7

NetBIOS name 2-18

netbios-name-servers option, DHCP B-7

netbios-node-type option, DHCP B-7

netbios-scope option, DHCP B-7

netwareip-domain option, DHCP B-14

netwareip-information option, DHCP B-14

NetWare support 1-4

Network Information Service

See nis entries

Network News Transport Protocol B-8

network number 2-3, 8-21

Network Registrar

adding servers to Status Monitor 3-13, 4-12

CLI 3-1

concepts and protocols 2-1

databases

backups 4-17

recovery 4-20

dbcheck tool 4-29

error logging 4-9

excluding directories for virus scanning 4-24

exiting 3-2, 4-7

features and benefits 1-1

GUI 3-6

help 3-2, 3-10

icons 3-12

keybuild utility 4-28

license keys 3-8

mcdadmin utility 4-27

read-only access 3-7, 4-3

reloading servers 4-9

removing servers from Server Status Monitor 4-13

server administration tasks 4-1

Server Agent, logging 4-10

showing related DHCP servers 4-16, 11-6

starting servers 4-8

stopping servers 4-8

tree control 3-12

user interfaces 3-1

users, types of 1-1

Network Time Protocol B-6

New Policy dialog box 7-7

nis+-domain option, DHCP B-8

nis+-servers option, DHCP B-8

nis-domain option, DHCP B-6

nis-servers option, DHCP B-6

nntp-servers option, DHCP B-8

@no-host-name-option, flexible name option 10-6, 10-9

non-local-source-routing option, DHCP 7-5, B-3

NORMAL state, failover 2-15

notification, lease 8-22

NOTIFY 1-2, 5-22, G-6

enabling 1-6, 5-22

logging transactions 5-23

tuning parameters 5-22

nrcmd program

See CLI

NSAP records A-7

nslookup utility 5-16, 5-17, 5-24

troubleshooting DDNS 9-15

NS records 5-6, 6-6, A-7

removing 5-6

ntp-servers options, DHCP B-6

ntwkreg command 3-7, 4-1

O

on-demand address pools

See subnet allocation, DHCP

Open Shortest Path First addressing

See OSPF

OpenWindows Desktop 3-6

option-datatype command (CLI) 3-5

create 7-10

defineField 7-10

delete 7-10

enable read-only 7-10

list 7-10

listFields 7-10

listnames 7-10

show 7-10

undefineField 7-10

Option Overload option, DHCP B-9

options

custom DHCP 7-15

DHCP, See DHCP, options

policy reply 7-6

setting 5-19

Organizationally Unique Identifier

See OUI

OSPF configurations 1-4

OUI, for VPNs 14-3, G-6

OVERLOAD option validation B-23

overriding cluster lock 4-3

P

packet-file-name option, DHCP 7-9, 12-2, B-12

packet-server-name option, DHCP 12-2, B-12

packet-siaddr option, DHCP 12-2, B-12

pad option, DHCP B-2

Parameter Request List option, DHCP B-9

PARTNER-DOWN state, failover 2-15, 2-16, 11-9

enabling 11-9

password

administrator 4-6

changing administrator 3-7, 4-7

CLI 3-2

entering 3-7

failover configuration 11-8

LDAP 13-2

non-displaying 4-6

path-mtu-aging-timeout option, DHCP 7-5, B-4

path-mtu-plateau-tables option, DHCP 7-5, B-4

PAUSED state, failover 2-16

PDU, SNMP E-2

performance guidelines 1-5

perform-mask-discovery option, DHCP 7-5, B-4, B-5

persistent cache 1-2, 5-16

PING before offering addresses, DHCP 1-4, 7-13, 8-14

Pointer (Reverse Mapping) record

See PTR record

policies G-6

address block 14-6

allowing dual zone updates 9-8

client-class 10-6, 10-9, 10-11

embedded 10-8

clients, embedded 10-11

configuring 7-5, 7-6

copying from 7-8

default 7-5, 7-6

editing 7-7

defined 2-9, 2-18, 7-2, G-6

deleting 7-12

difference from scopes 2-9

editing 7-12

options 7-9, 7-12

embedded 7-6

LDAP 13-4

failover 11-7

guidelines 1-6, 7-2

options 2-18

adding 7-8

properties 9-7

reply options 7-6

scopes 2-18, 8-2

subnet-masks, setting 7-7

system-default 7-5

viewing 8-3

policy

options

listing 7-5

policy command (CLI) 3-5

create 7-6, 9-7, 12-2

delete 7-12

disable

allow-client-a-record-update 9-6

allow-lease-time-override 7-21

enable

allow-client-a-record-update 9-6, 9-7, 9-8

allow-dual-zone-dns-update 9-8

permanent-leases 7-6

get 7-12

getOption 7-8

dhcp-lease-time 7-7

listOptions 7-5, 7-7, 7-8

listVendorOptions 7-11

set 7-6, 7-12, 9-7, 12-2

bootp-reply-options 12-2

dhcp-lease-time 8-13

grace-period 10-13

packet-file-name 12-2

packet-server-name 12-2

packet-siaddr 12-2

setLeaseTime 7-7

setOption 7-7, 7-8, 12-3

subnet-mask 7-7

setVendorOption 7-11

show 7-12

unset 7-12

unsetOption 7-8, 7-12, 7-17

unsetVendorOption 7-11

policy-filters option, DHCP B-4

pop3-servers option, DHCP B-8

post-client-lookup extension point, DHCP 7-20

Post Office Protocol B-8

post-packet-decode extension point, DHCP 7-20

post-send-packet extension point, DHCP 7-20

POTENTIAL-CONFLICT state, failover 2-16

pre-client-lookup extension point, DHCP 7-20

pre-dns-add-forward extension point, DHCP 7-20

prefetching glue records 6-20

pre-packet-encode extension point, DHCP 7-20

primary name servers 2-4

address 5-8

configuring 5-1

defined 2-6

Dynamic DNS update 9-1

entering for zones 6-7

reducing load 6-10

SOA property A-9

Protocol Data Unit, SNMP

See PDU

PTR records 5-10, A-8, G-6, G-7

Q

querying

leases, See leasequery

R

re-activating leases 8-15

read-only login 3-2, 3-7, 4-3

Rebinding (T2) Time Value option, DHCP B-10

rebuilding

database key files 4-21

resource record indexes 6-23

RECOVER-DONE state, failover 2-16

recovering

CNRDB data 4-22

databases 4-18, 4-20

failover state from partner 11-16

MCD data 4-20

network failure 2-15

RECOVER state, failover 2-16

recreating

loopback zones C-1

system default policies 7-5

recursive queries 1-2, G-6

caching-only server 5-13

disabling 5-20

enabling 5-13, 5-19

registry entries, removing 4-19

Related Servers window 4-16

relative domain names 6-15, 6-16

relaxed dynamic update, enabling 6-21

relaxing dynamic update for a scope 9-5

relay-agent-info option, DHCP 1-3, B-15

reloading

backup DHCP servers 11-9

servers 3-13, 4-9, 5-8, 5-9

avoiding during RECOVER 2-16

SNMP notification E-2

remote

configuration and monitoring 1-5

sites, running the GUI from 3-8

remote-dns command (CLI) 3-5

create 5-21, 5-24

disable ixfr 5-21

Remove toolbar button 3-12

removing

address from DHCP server interface 7-3

authoritative name servers 6-7

client-classes 10-6

clients 10-11

clusters 3-12, 4-4

custom options 7-16

delegated subzones 6-14, 6-15

dynamic zone records 9-8

failover backup server 11-17

forwarders 5-15

glue records 6-14

hosts 5-4, 5-7

leases

permanent 8-13

reservations 8-19

name servers 5-7

names from exception lists 5-19

NS records 5-6

objects 3-3

option from policy 7-9, 7-12

policies 7-12

registry entries 4-19

resource records 6-16

duplicate 6-24

dynamic 6-17, D-5

root name servers 5-17

scopes 3-12, 8-9

if not re-using addresses 8-10

if re-using addresses 8-10

secondary from primary server 5-11

servers from Server Status Monitor 4-13

SOA record 6-3

subnet mask from policy 7-7

zone records 6-18

zones 3-12

Renewal (T1) Time Value option, DHCP B-10

report command (CLI) 3-5, 4-15, 8-21

reports 1-5

Address Usage 4-15, 8-21

IP history 8-23

Lease Utilization 8-21

REQUEST_LIST option validation B-23

Requested IP Address option, DHCP B-9

reservations, lease

See leases, reserving

reserving leases 11-2

resolution exception 1-2, 5-17

listing 5-18

resolvers

See DNS, resolvers

resource-location-servers option, DHCP B-3

resource records

A 6-8, A-1, G-1

A6 A-2

AAAA A-2

adding 6-15

AFSDB A-3

CNAME 5-4, A-3, G-2

configuring 6-15

editing 6-15

subzone information 6-15

filtering 6-17

HINFO A-4, G-4

ISDN A-4

listing 6-17

MB A-4

MG A-4

MINFO A-5

MR A-5

MX A-5, G-5

NAPTR 1-2, A-6

NS A-7

NSAP A-7

PTR A-8, G-6

purging, refreshing 1-2

rebuilding indexes 6-23

removing 6-16

duplicate 6-24

dynamic 6-17

RP A-8

RT A-8

SOA 5-4, A-9, G-7

SRV 1-3, A-10

TXT 5-3, A-10

types A-1

WKS A-11, G-9

restoring

databases 4-20

loopback zones C-1

restricting TFTP logging 4-26

reverse

domains 2-7

mapping records 5-10, 6-8, A-8

name servers 2-7

server addresses 9-5

zones 1-2, 2-7, G-7

adding hosts 5-7, 6-8

configuring 5-9

naming 9-5

secondary 5-12

RFCs

1001, 1002 B-7

1035 5-3, D-3

1042 B-5

1122 B-2

1123 2-20

1179 B-3

1191 B-4

1256 B-5

1350 2-20

1497 B-1, B-2

1995 1-6, 5-21

1996 1-6, 5-22

2131 2-14, 12-1

2132 B-1

2136 6-11

2241, 2242 1-4

2316 G-3

2317 1-2

2543 6-18

2685 14-3

2782 A-10, D-1

2915 6-18, A-6

2916 6-18

3046 1-3

865 B-2

868 B-2

887 B-3

893 B-5

894 B-5

950 B-2

951 B-2

right-mouse commands 3-9

root name servers 1-2, 2-2, 5-15, G-7

adding 5-16

internal 1-2

loopback zones C-1

preconfigured 1-2

removing 5-17

slave servers G-7

root-path option, DHCP B-3

round-robin 1-3, G-7

disabling for failover 11-18

enabling 5-20, 5-21

scope selection 2-17, 8-4

router-discovery option, DHCP 7-5, B-13

routers

BOOTP relay 7-17

Cisco 7-17

configuring for DHCP 7-17

gateway addresses 1-6, 2-19, 8-27, 14-2, G-3

policies for 2-9

subnet 7-8

router-solicitation-address option, DHCP 7-5, B-5

routers option, DHCP B-2

RP records A-8

RT records A-8

S

safe period, failover 2-15, 11-6, 11-10

save command (CLI) 3-4, 3-5

saving

CLI changes 3-4, 4-7

GUI changes 3-2, 3-6, 4-8

scavenging

forcing 9-14

log settings 9-14

start time 9-14

Windows 2000 client records 9-13, D-7

scope command (CLI) 3-5

addRange 8-2, 8-7, 9-7

addReservation 8-17

changeMask 8-4

change-subnet 8-4

clearUnavailable 8-20

create 8-2, 8-7, 9-7

delete 8-10, 11-17

disable 8-4

dhcp 8-8, 11-21, 12-4

ping-clients 8-20

enable 8-4, 9-3

bootp 8-8, 12-3

deactivated 8-9

dhcp 8-8

dynamic-bootp 8-8, 11-21, 12-3, 12-4

dynamic-dns 9-3, 9-8

ping-clients 8-4, 8-14

renew-only 8-9

update-dns-for-bootp 12-3

get 8-4

list 8-4

listLeases 8-11

listnames 8-4

listRanges 8-16

listReservations 8-17

removeRange 8-16

removeReservation 8-19

set 8-4, 9-3

dns-reverse-zone-name 9-3

dns-rev-server-addr 9-3

dns-server-addr 9-3

dns-zone-name 3-4, 9-3

failover=scope-disabled 11-17

failover=scope-enabled 11-4

failover-backup-percentage 11-13

failover-backup-server 11-4

failover-main-server 11-4

namespace 8-2, 14-5

namespace-id 8-2, 14-5

ping-timeout 8-14

policy 8-2, 8-7, 9-7

primary-scope 8-7

selection-tags 10-7, 10-15

synthetic-name-stem 9-4

show 8-4

unset primary-scope 8-7

scope-policy command (CLI) 3-5, 8-2

delete 8-6

disable 8-6

enable 8-6

allow-dual-zone-dns-update 9-8

allow-lease-time-override 8-6

getOption

dhcp-lease-time 8-6

listOptions 8-6

listVendorOptions 8-6

set 8-6

server-lease-time 8-6

setLeaseTime 8-6

setOption 8-6

setVendorOption 8-6

show 8-6

unset 8-6

unsetVendorOption 8-6

scopes 2-9

adding 8-2

address ranges 8-2

canceling lease reservations 8-19

changing netmask 8-4

configuring 8-1

creating 8-2

de-activating 8-9

all leases 8-16

defining 8-1

difference from policies 2-9

disabling DHCP 8-8

disabling properties 8-4

dynamic BOOTP 8-4

editing 8-4

embedded policies 8-6

enabling 9-3

BOOTP for 8-7

enabling properties 8-4

forcing lease availability 8-7, 8-19

general configuration 8-5

getting properties 8-4

leasequery and reservations 8-28

leases, viewing 8-10

listing properties 8-4

making leases available 8-17

moving/decommissioning BOOTP client 8-7

multiple 8-4

names 8-2

namespaces 14-4

namespaces in addresses 8-2

network addresses 8-2

not reusing addresses 8-10

partitioning 7-17

pinging before offering 8-14

policies, See policies

ranges

adding 8-2

listing 8-16

refreshing lease list 8-17

removing 3-12, 8-9

renew-only 8-9

reserving leases 8-17

re-using addresses 8-10

roles 8-21

secondary 8-6

selection tags

defining 10-3

for failover 11-2

listing 10-3

setting properties 8-4

showing properties 8-4

sorting many leases 8-10

subnet masks, removing 7-7

user-defined policies 7-6

scope-selection-tag command (CLI) 3-5

create 10-3, 10-10, 10-14

delete 10-3

list 10-3

screen displays xxii

secondary

expiration time 6-6

master G-7

name servers, DNS 2-4, G-7

adding 5-11

defined 2-6

separating DHCP servers from 1-5, 7-2

refresh time 6-5, 6-9

retry time 6-5

reverse zones 5-12

adding 5-12

scopes 8-4, 8-6

subnets, DHCP 1-4, 8-6, G-7

zones 5-7, 5-11

adding 5-11

selecting DHCP server interface 7-3

selective forwarding

See resolution exception

Server Agent

logging 4-10

stopping, restarting 4-11, 4-21, 4-29

server command (CLI) 3-5

enable/disable start-on-reboot 4-8

getHealth 4-13

getStats 4-13

reload 3-4, 4-9

serverLogs

logsize 4-11

nlogs 4-11

show 4-11

start 4-8

stop 4-9

Server Identifier option, DHCP B-9

Server Manager

icons 3-12

window 3-9, 3-12

Server records

See SRV records

servers

adding to Server Status Monitor 3-13, 4-12

controlling 4-8

events, logging 4-9

failures, troubleshooting 4-24

health, displaying 4-13

IP address G-7

reloading 4-9

removing from Server Status Monitor 4-13

starting 4-8

statistics, showing 4-13

stopping 4-8

Server Status Monitor 3-13

adding servers 3-13, 4-12

hiding 3-10

removing servers 4-13

session command (CLI) 3-5

assert 4-5

dhcp.dbsn 4-5

locked 4-5

get 4-4

set

current-namespace 8-2, 14-4

default-format 4-5

visibility 9-15

show 4-4, 4-5

unset

current-namespace 14-4

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) proxies 6-18

setting

advanced

DDNS properties 9-9

DNS options 6-19

authoritative name servers 6-6

cache update frequency 5-12

client cache parameters 10-15

client-classes 10-2

action 10-4

hostname 10-4

properties 10-4

scope selection 10-6

current namespace 8-2

custom DHCP options 7-15

DNS

options 5-19

packet size 9-10

properties 5-14

request timeout 9-12

failover

backup pool percentage 11-13

partner down 11-9

lame delegation 6-20

LDAP

DHCP mode 13-3

server preference 13-3

lease times 1-6, 7-2

maximum

cache TTL property 5-12, 6-21

DNS record TTL property 9-12

memory cache size 6-22

negative cache time 6-21, G-5

nonpermanent leases 7-8

number

DNS naming retries 9-11

DNS packets 9-9

DNS retries 9-11

LDAP connections 13-12

object properties 3-4

port numbers 6-23

prefetch glue records 6-20

renewal times 1-6

scope properties 8-4

secondary zone

expiration time 6-6

refresh time 6-5

retry time 6-5

session visibility 9-15

shadow backup time 4-19

TFTP

log levels 4-25

trace level 4-25

vendor-specific suboption values 7-11

Windows 2000 client properties 10-12

zone

domain names 6-3

hostmaster address 6-3

primary server name 6-4

SOA properties 5-4, 6-2

SOA TTL property 6-3

shadow backups 4-17

for MCDDB recovery 4-20

manual 4-19

setting time 4-19

third party backup programs and 4-18

showing

address blocks 14-7

client-classes 10-4

related DHCP servers 11-6

scope properties 8-4

server statistics 4-13

Show Properties button (GUI) 3-11

Show Statistics button (GUI) 3-11

SHUTDOWN state, failover 2-16

siaddr, DHCP field 12-2, G-7

Simple Mail Transport Protocol

See SNMP

simple site, failover 11-6

simple sites, failover 11-3

SIZE16_LIST option validation B-23

SIZE16 option validation B-23

SIZE32 option validation B-23

SIZE8 option validation B-23

slave servers 5-15, 5-16, G-7

SMS

failover on UNIX 11-20

integrating with DHCP server 7-18

smtp-servers option, DHCP B-8

sname, BOOTP 12-2, B-9

SNMP

free-address-low-threshold E-1

notification 1-5, E-1

notification events E-2

PDU E-2

traps E-1

failover mismatch 11-23

generating 13-2

low disk space 4-20, E-3

PDUs E-2

server not responding 11-22

troubleshooting E-3

v1 standard E-2

SOA record 5-4, A-9, G-7

defined 5-4

editing 6-2

hostmaster address 6-3

primary name server 6-4

removing 6-3

secondary

expiration time 6-6

refresh time 6-5

retry time 6-5

serial number 6-4

setting 6-2

TTL property 6-3

Windows 2000 D-2

Solaris

CLI location 3-1

connecting to cluster 4-2

environment variables 3-2

GUI, starting 3-7

guidelines 1-5

mouse buttons xxii

recommendations 1-6, 1-7

syslog 4-10

sorting

client-classes 10-6

leases 8-10

subnets, See subnets, sorting

SRV records 1-3, A-10

dynamic D-4

enabling viewing D-5

Windows 2000 D-1

starting

backup server 11-14

examining DHCP states when 7-13

GUI 3-6

Solaris 3-7

Windows NT 3-7

hosts

re-acquiring leases when 2-14

without leases 2-12

invoking root servers when 5-16

logging when 4-9

re-initializing database when 6-22

remotely 3-8

secondary server 5-10

servers 3-9, 4-8

zone transfers when G-9

Start of Authority record

See SOA record

STARTUP state, failover 2-15, 11-11

static

addresses 5-3, 7-3, 8-21

BOOTP 11-21

resource records 6-6, 6-17

filtering 6-18

static-routes option, DHCP B-13

Statistics window 3-11, 4-13

Status Monitor

See Server Status Monitor

stopping

off-site name searches 5-15

servers 4-8

storing

authoritative data, caching-only servers 5-12

lease data

independently 13-7

with client entry 13-7

streettalk-directory-assistance-servers option, DHCP B-8

streettalk-servers option, DHCP B-8

STRING option validation B-23

subnet allocation, DHCP 1-4, 14-1

configuring 14-5

subnet command (CLI) 3-5

activate 14-7

force-available 14-7

list 14-7

show 14-7

subnet-mask option, DHCP 7-7, B-2

subnets 2-11

address block 14-6

allocation request 14-6

client-accessible 2-18

increment 14-6

initial 14-6

joining two logical 8-7

listing for address block 14-7

local B-4

masks, variable-length 1-4

multiple logical 8-6

multiple scopes 8-4

orphaned by namespace 14-8

routers on different 7-17

secondary, See secondary subnets

sorting 1-3

enabling 5-21

subzones G-8

adding 6-12

delegating 6-13, G-2, G-8

editing 6-15

hiding 1-2, 5-20

lame delegation 6-12

name server 6-12, 6-13

address 6-13

naming 6-12

removing 6-14, 6-15

surname (sn) attribute, LDAP 13-3

swap-server option, DHCP B-3

switching DHCP servers 1-4, 7-18

synthesizing host names 9-4

syslog (Solaris) 4-10

System Management Server

See SMS

system registry

Network Registrar options 3-2

setting for backups 4-19

T

tail command (Solaris) 4-9

Tcl extensions 7-19, 7-20

TCP Default TTL option, DHCP B-5

tcp-keepalive-garbage option, DHCP 7-5, B-6

tcp-keepalive-interval option, DHCP 7-5, B-6

Text records

See TXT records

TFTP 2-20, B-11

file caching 4-26

logging and tracing 4-10, 4-25

log level 4-25

restricting logging 4-26

trace level 4-25

troubleshooting 4-25

tftp command (CLI) 2-20, 3-5

enable file-cache 4-26

getTraceLevel 4-25

set

file-cache-directory 4-26

file-cache-max-memory-size 4-26

home-directory 4-26

log-file-count 4-26

log-file-size 4-26

log-level 4-25

log-settings 4-10

log-settings=no-success-messages 4-26

setTraceLevel 4-25

tftp-server option, DHCP B-11

time-offset option, DHCP B-2

time-servers option, DHCP B-2

Time to Live property

See TTL property

/tmp directory 4-20

toolbar buttons 3-10

top tool (UNIX) 4-29

trailer-encapsulation option, DHCP 7-5, B-5

trap command (CLI) 1-10, 3-5, 13-2, E-2

addRecipient E-2

enable

address-conflict E-3

dhcp-failover-config-mismatch E-3

free-address-low E-3

other-server-not-responding E-3

listRecipients E-2

removeRecipient E-2

set

free-address-high-threshold E-3

free-address-low-threshold E-1, E-3

show E-3

traps, SNMP 11-22, E-1

free-address-high E-1

free-address-low E-1

trimming, IP history records 8-26

Trivial File Transfer Protocol

See TFTP

troubleshooting

administration tasks 4-24

client-classes 10-16

DDNS 9-15

DHCP servers 7-21

DNS servers 5-23

Failover 11-22

server failures 4-24

servers 4-24

SNMP E-3

TFTP server 4-25

TTL property 6-15, A-1

default 6-3, 7-5

IP B-4

TCP B-5

maximum

cache 6-21

memory cache size 6-22

record 9-12

negative cache 6-21, G-5

NS records 6-7

setting for zone 6-3

TXT records 5-3, A-10

exporting zone data 5-3

U

uid, LDAP attribute 13-8

Ultra-SCSI disk 1-6

unavailable leases, handling 8-20

unicast, enabling 7-13, 7-15

Universal Resource Identifiers (URIs) 6-18

UNIX, troubleshooting tools 4-29

updating SMS service 7-18, 7-19

@use-macaddress, flexible name option 10-6, 10-9

user-defined

policies 7-6

strings in client-classes 10-6, 10-11

user name

administrator 4-6, 4-7

backup server 11-8

cluster 3-7

changing 3-7

LDAP 13-2

users

administering 4-5

administrative 4-5

differentiated services 2-17

event warnings 4-10

Internet 2-1

lease availability 2-13

number subnet changes by 8-12

types of 1-1

utility programs

backup 4-18

ipconfig 7-3, 8-10, 10-12

ping 8-14

third party backup 4-18

winipcfg 10-12

utilization alerts, DHCP 1-4

V

validating

DHCP options B-11

relax-ixfr-query 5-21

variable-length subnet masks

See subnets, masks

Vendor Class Identifier option, DHCP 7-10, B-10

vendor-encapsulated-options, DHCP 1-4, 7-10, B-6

vendor-option command (CLI) 3-5

create 7-10

defineSuboption 7-11

array flag 7-11

no-suboption-opcode flag 7-11

delete 7-11

enable read-only 7-11

list 7-11

listnames 7-11

show 7-11

undefineSuboption 7-11

vendor-specific DHCP options 1-4, 7-10, 11-7, B-6

viewing

all dynamic records D-5

cluster states 4-4

LDAP logs 13-11

leases 8-11

activity 4-16

properties 4-16

Network Registrar activity 3-8

online help 3-2

policies 8-3

server

events 4-12

logs 4-9

statistics 4-13

zones names 6-3

virtual private networks

See VPNs

virtual routing and forwarding table ID

See VRFs

virus scanning, excluding directories 4-24

vmstat tool (UNIX) 4-29

VPNs 1-4

configuring 14-1

identifier 14-3

IOS support 14-1

scopes 14-4

VRFs 14-2, 14-3

W

Warning server logging 4-10

Well Known Services record

See WKS records

WIN32 GUI logging 4-10

Windows

2000, See Windows 2000

boot servers 7-11

CLI location 3-1

connecting to cluster 4-2

Event Viewer 4-10

ipconfig utility 10-12

logging 4-9

mouse buttons xxii

recommendations 1-6, 1-7

registry 3-2

Windows 2000 D-1

client properties 10-12

compatibility 1-3

design practices D-3

domain controllers D-4

dynamic DNS update 9-5

interoperability D-1

resource record refreshing 1-2

SRV records A-10, D-1

dynamic D-4

Windows SMS

See SMS

winipcfg utility 10-12

WKS records A-11, G-9

www-servers option, DHCP B-8

X

x-display-managers option, DHCP B-7

X Window System Font Server option, DHCP B-7

Y

yiaddr, DHCP field 14-3, G-9

Z

zone command (CLI) 3-5, 6-2

addHost 5-7, 6-8, 6-9

addRR 6-3, 6-6

localhost C-2

NS 5-6

PTR 5-10

chkpt 9-3

cleanRR 6-18

create

primary 5-2, 5-10, C-2

secondary 5-11

delete 5-2

disable ixfr 5-21

dumpchkpt 9-3

enable

dynamic 6-11, 9-8, D-4

notify 5-22

restrict-xfer 5-11, 6-10, 6-11

scvg-enabled 9-14

forceXfer 6-9

get 5-5

notify-set 5-22

person 6-4

getScavengeStartTime 9-14

list 5-5

listHosts 5-7

listRR 5-9, 6-17

removeDynRR 9-8

removeHost 5-7, 6-9

removeRR 6-14, 6-15, 6-17

SOA 6-3

scavenge 9-14

set

checkpoint-interval 9-3

defttl 6-3

dynupdate-set 6-11, 9-8, D-4

expire 6-6

notify-set 5-22

ns 6-4

person 6-4

refresh 6-5

restricted-set 5-11, 6-10

retry 6-5

scvg-ignore-restarts-interval 9-14

scvg-interval 9-14

scvg-no-refresh-interval 9-14

scvg-refresh-interval 9-14

serial 6-5

set log-settings 9-14

show 5-5

zones

adding

hosts 6-7

hosts to reverse 6-8

resource records 6-15

secondary name servers 5-11

secondary reverse 5-12

authoritative name servers 5-6, 6-6

caching-only servers 5-12

checkpoint file, See checkpointing, zone

classless reverse, See classless in-addr.arpa zones

configuring 6-1

creating names 5-2

defined 2-3

delegating subzones G-2, G-8

difference from domains 2-3

disabling transfers 6-10

domain names 6-3

dual zone updates 9-8

dynamic records, removing 9-8

editing

delegated subzone records 6-15

host tables 6-9

enabling 9-8

dynamic DNS update 6-11

zone transfers 6-9

filtering resource records 6-17

hiding subzones 5-20

importing 1-2, 5-3

incremental transfers, See incremental zone transfers

loopback, See loopback, zones

point of delegation 2-3

removing 3-12

delegated subzones 6-14, 6-15

duplicate resource records 6-24

dynamic resource records 6-17

hosts 6-9

resource records 6-16, 6-18

restricting transfers 6-10

reverse G-7

reverse, See reverse, zones

secondary

expiration time 6-6

refresh time 6-5

retry time 6-5

serial numbers 6-4

setting

primary server name 6-4

SOA properties 5-4, 6-2

TTL property 6-3

specifying domains 6-15

transfers, See zone transfers

TTL property 6-7

viewing domain name 6-3

zone transfers

defined 2-6

disabling 6-10

enabling 6-9

forcing 6-9

incremental, See incremental zone transfers

restricting 6-10