User Guide for Cisco Network Registrar, 7.1
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Table Of Contents

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

Index

A

A6 records A-2

AAAA records A-2

DNS update 28-2

About EDNS0 14-2

absolute domain names

See FQDN

access control lists (ACLs)

creating 28-9

acl command (CLI)

create 28-10

ACLs

See access control lists (ACLs)

Add DHCP TCP Listener 22-36

addrblock-admin role 5-3

core functionality 5-3

ipv6-management subrole 5-3

ric-management subrole 5-3

address allocation

attributes 20-15

in scopes 20-16

priority 20-13

round-robin 20-13

address-block-policy command (CLI)

delete 23-21

get 23-21

getOption 23-21

listOptions 23-21

listVendorOptions 23-21

setVendorOption 23-21

show 23-21

unset 23-21

unsetOption 23-21

unsetVendorOption 23-21

address blocks 9-4

adding 9-5

administrator role 9-1

children 9-10

delegating 9-7

embedded policies 23-21

viewing 9-4

when to add 9-5

address blocks, DHCP 19-5

creating 23-21

default subnet size 23-21

orphaned leases 23-22

policies, associating 23-21

addresses

dynamic 9-1

IP format 1-4

IPv6 26-2

provisional 24-12

static 9-1

usage, displaying 7-19

address infrastructure, creating 5-24

address pools, on-demand

See subnet allocation, DHCP

address ranges

adding 5-24

scopes 20-12

subnets 9-11

Address records

See A records

address restrictions, zones 5-28

address space

delegated 9-4, 9-5

local, pulling from 5-37

managing 9-1

unified 9-2

address usage reports

displaying 7-19

running 22-20

addr-trap command (CLI)

create 1-11, 20-23

set

high-threshold 20-23

low-threshold 20-23

admin command (CLI)

create 5-6

delete 5-6

enterPassword 5-8

list 5-6

listnames 5-6

set password 5-8

administrators 5-1, 1-1

adding 5-5

centrally managing 5-13

local cluster 5-22

passwords

adding 5-5

changing 5-8

managing 5-8

pulling replica 5-16

pushing to local 5-14

regional 5-32

relationship to groups 5-1

types 5-2

admin role 1-1

AFSDB records A-2

agent_server_log file 7-8

allocation priority, scopes 20-13

algorithm 20-13

limitation-id and 20-14

all-subnets-local, DHCP option B-4

and, DHCP expression 25-7

A records A-1, 1-1

adding 16-3

rogue 17-16

arithmetic functions, DHCP expressions 25-6

arp-cache-timeout, DHCP option B-5

as-blob, DHCP expression 25-7

ash, DHCP expression 25-8

as-sint, DHCP expression 25-7

associated-ip, DHCP option B-17

as-string, DHCP expression 25-7

as-uint, DHCP expression 25-7

Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) 25-25, 1-1

AT_BLOB option validation B-24

AT_BOOL option validation B-24

AT_DATE option validation B-24

AT_DNSNAME option validation B-24

AT_INT8 option validation B-24

AT_INTI option validation B-24

AT_INT option validation B-24

AT_IP6ADDR option validation B-24

AT_IPADDR option validation B-24

AT_MACADDR option validation B-24

AT_MESSAGE option validation B-24

AT_NOLEN option validation B-24

AT_NSTRING option validation B-24

AT_OVERLOAD option validation B-24

AT_RANGEBYTE option validation B-24

AT_RANGESHORT option validation B-24

AT_RDNSNAME option validation B-24

AT_SHORT option validation B-24

AT_SHRTI option validation B-24

AT_SINTI option validation B-24

AT_SINT option validation B-24

AT_SSHORT option validation B-24

AT_SSHRTI option validation B-24

AT_STIME option validation B-24

AT_STRING option validation B-24

AT_TIME option validation B-24

AT_TYPECNT option validation B-25

AT_VENDOR_CLASS option validation B-25

AT_VENDOR_OPTS option validation B-25

AT_ZEROSIZE option validation B-25

attributes

displaying 2-6

Help window 2-7

modifying 2-6

visibility 2-5

auth, DHCPv6 option B-11

authentication, DHCP option B-17

authentication subrole (ccm-admin) 5-3

authentication subrole (regional-admin) 5-4

authoritative name servers 14-4, 1-1

adding 15-7

authorization subrole (ccm-admin) 5-3

authorization subrole (regional-admin) 5-4

auto-configure, DHCP option B-18

B

base roles 5-1

bcms-server-a, DHCPv6 option B-12

bcms-server-d, DHCPv6 option B-12

bcms-servers-a, DHCP option B-10

bcms-servers-d, DHCP option B-10

BIND files

format 15-9

importing 15-9

bit-and, DHCP expression 25-8

bit-andc1, DHCP expression 25-8

bit-andc2, DHCP expression 25-8

bit-eqv, DHCP expression 25-8

bit-not, DHCP expression 25-8

bit-or, DHCP expression 25-8

bit-orc1, DHCP expression 25-8

bit-orc2, DHCP expression 25-8

bit-xor, DHCP expression 25-8

boot-file, DHCP option B-10

BOOTP

clients, moving/decommissioning 20-21

configuring 23-1

requirements 23-2

dynamic 27-32

enabling 23-3

PARTNER-DOWN state 27-16

scopes, enabling for 20-21

enabling, disabling 23-2

failover 27-32

file reply packet field 23-2

relay 23-3

failover 27-5

routers 23-3

scopes, enabling for 20-21

siaddr reply packet field 23-2

sname reply packet field 23-2

static 27-32

boot-size, DHCP option B-2

broadcast-address, DHCP option B-4

byte, DHCP expression 25-8

C

C/C++

API 29-10

extensions 29-4, 29-10

cablelabs-125, DHCP option C-2

cablelabs-17, DHCPv6 option C-7

cablelabs-client-configuration, DHCP option B-18

cable modem termination system (CMTS) 4-2

cache

attributes 17-16

flushing DNS 7-3, 17-16

cache, refreshing session 2-4

caching-only servers 14-6

adding 17-7

case-sensitivity of values 1-2

catalina_log.date.txt file 7-8

ccm-admin role 5-3

authentication subrole 5-3

authorization subrole 5-3

core functionality 5-3

database subrole 5-3

owner-region subrole 5-3

server-management subrole 5-3

ccm command (CLI)

polling attribute, setting 6-12

set 7-4

CCM database 1-2

backing up 8-2

files 7-8

logging 7-8

ccm-management subrole (cfg-admin) 5-3

CCM server 1-1, 4-2

polling attributes 6-12

central-cfg-admin role 5-4

core functionality 5-4

dhcp-management subrole 5-4

ric-management subrole 5-4

central configuration 6-1

Central Configuration Management (CCM) server

See CCM server

central-dns-admin role 5-4

core functionality 5-4

security-management subrole 5-4

server-management subrole 5-4

central-host-admin role 5-4

core functionality 5-4

cfg-admin role 5-3

ccm-management subrole 5-3

core functionality 5-3

dhcp-management subrole 5-3

dns-management subrole 5-3

ric-management subrole 5-3

snmp-management subrole 5-3

tftp-management subrole 5-3

chaddr, DHCP field 1-2

change set database, DNS update 17-10

checkpoint interval 17-10

check-lease-acceptable extension point, DHCP 23-10, 29-37

checkpointing, zone

file

backing up 8-7

dumping 17-10

forcing 17-10

checkports_log file 7-8

child

address blocks 9-10

subnets 9-10

ciaddr, DHCP field 23-17, 1-2

cisco-auto-configure, DHCP option B-18

cisco-client-last-transaction-time, DHCP option B-18

cisco-client-requested-host-name, DHCP option B-18

cisco-leased-ip, DHCP option B-18

Cisco routers 23-3

cisco-vpn-id, DHCP option B-18

classless-static-route, DHCP option B-18

class of service 19-11

CLI 1-1, 2-13

command syntax 2-13

client-class command (CLI)

create 24-3

delete 24-3

list 24-3

listnames 24-3

set 24-3

add-to-environment-dictionary 22-16

default-vpn 23-19

host-name 24-5

limitation-id 24-16

limitation-key 25-1

over-limit-client-class-name 24-16

override-client-id 22-16

override-vpn 23-19

selection-criteria 24-3

show 24-3

client-classes

client entries, skipping 24-13

configuring 24-1

defining 24-2

DHCPv6 26-31

editing 24-5

embedded policies 24-5

enabling 19-13

failover synchronization effect 27-9

host-name setting 24-5

local, pulling 6-18

local, pushing 6-17

lookup ID 22-16

process 24-2

processing order to determine 24-7

quality of service 19-11

RADIUS pool name, mapping 24-7

regional 6-17

troubleshooting 24-8

user class identifier, mapping 24-7

client-class-policy command (CLI)

set 24-6

setLeaseTime 24-6

setOption 24-6

setV6Option 24-6

setV6VendorOption 24-6

setVendorOption 24-6

show 24-6

client command (CLI)

create 24-10

delete 24-10

list 24-10

listnames 24-10

set 24-10

action=one-shot 24-12

authenticate-until 24-13

client-class-name 24-10

client-lookup-id 25-1

default-vpn 23-19

limitation-id 24-16

limitation-key 25-1

over-limit-client-class-name 24-16

override-vpn 23-19

policy-name 24-12

selection-criteria 24-10

show 24-10

client-data, DHCPv6 option B-13

client-fqdn, DHCP option B-17

client-fqdn, DHCPv6 option B-13

client ID

overriding 22-16

reservations, using for lease 22-16

client-identifier, DHCP option B-10

client-identifier, DHCPv6 option B-11

client-last-transaction-time, DHCP option B-17

client-policy command (CLI)

set 24-11

setLeaseTime 24-11

setOption 24-11

setV6Option 24-11

setV6VendorOption 24-11

setVendorOption 24-11

show 24-11

clients

authentication, limiting 24-13

caching parameters 24-14

configuring 24-9

default 24-9

DHCPv6 26-4, 26-31

editing 24-11

embedded policies 24-11

failover synchronization effect 27-9

hardware address 1-2

IP address 23-17, 1-2

lease request name 19-13

listing 24-10

properties 24-10

provisioning 24-14

subscribers, set by limitation-id 24-16

unknown 24-12

Windows 2000 24-12

your IP address 23-17, 1-10

clt-time, DHCPv6 option B-13

cluster command (CLI)

create 6-3

polling attributes, setting 6-12

set 6-4

clusters

activating 6-10

data, recovering 6-10

deactivating 6-10

local 4-2

lock, overriding 2-13

polling attributes 6-12

poll-replica-interval 6-9

poll-replica-offset 6-9

poll-subnet-util-interval 9-15

poll-subnet-util-offset 9-15

poll-subnet-util-retry 9-15

regional 4-2

secure connections 6-2

time skew effects 6-12

CMTS

See cable modem termination system

CNAME records A-3, 1-2

cnr_exim utility 8-13

cnr_keygen utility 28-11

cnr_tactool utility 7-29

cnrdb_checkpoint utility 8-17

cnrdb_recover utility 8-16

cnrdb_verify utility 8-17

CNRDB database 1-2

backing up 8-7

damaged 8-8

files 8-8

log files 8-8

recovering 8-10

cnrsnmp_log file 7-8

cnrwebui_log file 7-8

.com domain 14-2

comment, DHCP expression 25-8

COMMUNICATIONS-INTERRUPTED, failover 19-10

concat, DHCP expression 25-9

concepts and protocols 1-1

config_mcd_log file 7-8

configuration

file, lease-notification 22-28

guidelines 4-5

special cases 4-6

configuring client-classes

See client-classes

configuring DHCP servers

scopes, See scopes

configuring DHCP servers, See DHCP

configuring DNS servers

loopback zones, See loopback, zones

NOTIFY, See NOTIFY

secondary, See secondary, name servers

configuring DNS update

See DNS update

configuring DNS update maps

See DNS update, maps

configuring failover

See failover, DHCP

configuring policies

See policies

configuring virtual private networks

See VPNs

consistency rules

adding 7-23

listing 7-23

viewing 7-23

constrained roles 5-2, 1-7

cookie-servers, DHCP option B-2

create-prefix, link template expression 26-14

create-prefix-addr

link template expression 26-14

prefix template expression 26-21

create-prefix-range

link template expression 26-14

prefix template expression 26-22

create-v6-option

link template expression 26-15, 26-22

cron task (UNIX) 22-27

D

dashboard 3-1

DHCP address utilization chart 3-14

DHCP buffer capacity chart 3-13

DHCP DNS update activity chart 3-14

DHCP failover status chart 3-15

DHCP general indicators chart 3-16

DHCP response latency chart 3-13

DHCP server request activity 3-11

DHCP server response activity 3-12

DNS caching queries chart 3-17

DNS forwarded queries chart 3-18

DNS general indicators chart 3-20

DNS inbound zone transfers chart 3-19

DNS network errors chart 3-19

DNS outbound zone transfers chart 3-18

DNS related servers errors chart 3-20

system metrics chart 3-10

databases

backup 8-1

strategies 8-2

third party programs 8-3

binding 1-1

CCM 8-2

CNRDB 8-2, 1-2

DNS update change set 17-10

exporting 8-13

importing 8-13

log files 7-8

MCD 8-2, 1-5

recovering, restoring 8-6

replica 6-9

startup, loading on 7-1

database subrole (ccm-admin) 5-3

database subrole (regional-admin) 5-4

data directory, changing 8-2

Data over Cable Service Interface Specification

See DOCSIS

datatype, DHCP expression 25-9

dbcheck utility (backup) 8-5, 8-18

default-ip-ttl, DHCP option B-3

default-tcp-ttl, DHCP option B-5

delegated address space 9-4, 9-5

delegation-only zones 17-8

deployment cases

large enterprise network 4-3, 28-2

small to medium size LANs 4-3

dex.h file 29-11

dex extensions 29-10

DHCID records A-3

DNS update 28-2

DHCP

administration 19-2

buffers, allocating 23-4

clients

client lease request name 19-13

IP addresses 23-17, 1-2

MAC addresses 19-13, 1-2

your IP address 23-17, 1-10

client-server model 19-1

configuration guidelines 4-5

custom options 21-11

custom options, adding 21-12

dashboard

address utilization chart 3-14

buffer capacity chart 3-13

DHCP failover status chart 3-15

DNS update activity chart 3-14

general indicators chart 3-16

response latency chart 3-13

server request activity chart 3-11

server response activity chart 3-12

defer lease extensions option 23-5

equal-priority-most-available 20-14, 20-16

ethernet addresses 20-2

forwarding 23-22

last transaction time granularity 23-6

lease history collection 6-14

leasequery, See leasequery

lease-state updates to LDAP 24-26

lease times 20-2

library path 23-8

log settings 23-13

option 82 24-15

options 21-6

RFC 2132 B-1

syntax for more complex 21-7

validation B-14

ping packets 23-5

policies, See policies

priority-address-allocation 20-16

related servers, displaying 7-20

related servers, getting 6-8

remote WAN configuration 20-2

request

buffers 27-20

processing 19-12

requests, number of 23-4

requests for other servers, ignoring 22-19

response buffers 27-20

responses, number of 23-5

reverse zones, synthesizing 28-4

sample users 19-2

scopes disabling for 20-21

servers

configuring 23-1

forwarding, switching 23-22

interface, removing address 20-2

interface, setting 20-2

IP address of next DHCP 1-8

logging 7-8, 28-28

troubleshooting 23-13

SMS network discovery records 23-9

subnet utilization collection 6-13

switching 23-22

unicast, enabling 23-5

v6, See DHCPv6

dhcp-address-block command (CLI)

set

default-subnet-size 23-21

vpn 23-19

vpn-id 23-19

unset 23-21

dhcp-admin role 5-3

core functionality 5-3

ipv6-management subrole 5-3

dhcp-client-identifier, DHCP option B-10

dhcp command (CLI)

attachExtension 23-22, 29-3

detachExtension 23-22, 29-3

disable

vpn-communication 23-22

enable

client-class 24-3

collect-sample-counters 7-14

defer-lease-extensions 23-5

delete-orphaned-leases 23-22

delete-orphaned-subnets 23-22

get-subnet-mask-from-policy 21-5

hardware-unicast 23-5

ignore-requests-for-other-servers 22-19

ip-history 22-21

return-client-fqdn-if-asked 28-21

save-lease-renewal-time 24-25

skip-client-lookup 24-13

update-dns-for-bootp 23-3

use-client-fqdn 28-21

use-client-fqdn-first 28-21

use-ldap-client-data 24-22

get 23-7

dbsn 8-12

getPrefixCount 26-27

getRelatedServers 6-8, 7-22

getScopeCount 20-12

getStats 7-16

lease history collection attributes 6-14

limitationList 7-4, 24-18

resetStats 7-14

set 23-7

activity-summary-interval 7-14, 23-14

client-cache-count 24-14

client-cache-ttl 24-14

client-class-lookup-id 22-16, 24-16, 25-1

default-free-address-config 1-11, 3-15

failover-poll-interval 27-20

failover-poll-timeout 27-20

failover-recover 27-14

last-transaction-time-granularity 23-6

ldap-mode 24-22

log-settings 7-7, 23-13, 28-19

map-radius-class 24-7

max-dhcp-requests 23-4, 27-20

max-dhcp-responses 23-5

max-dhcp-responses) 27-20

max-ping-packets 23-5

max-waiting-packets 23-14

sms-lease-interval 23-9

sms-library-path 23-8

sms-network-discovery 23-9

sms-site-code 23-9

synthesize-reverse-zone 28-6

traps-enabled 1-11

username 24-21

v6-default-free-address-config 1-11, 3-15

vpn-communication 23-20

setPartnerDown 27-19

show 23-7

start 7-4

stop 7-4

subnet utilization collection attributes 6-13

unset 23-7

updateSms 23-8, 23-9, 27-21

DHCPDISCOVER packets 24-15

dhcp-dns-update command (CLI)

create 28-7

enable

update-dns-first 28-6

update-dns-for-bootp 28-6

set

backup-server-addr 28-6

backup-server-key 28-13

dynamic-dns 28-7

forward-zone-name 28-6

reverse-zone-name 28-6

reverse-zone-prefix-length 28-4

server-addr 28-6

server-key 28-13

synthesize-name 28-5

synthetic-name-stem 28-5

v6-synthetic-name-generator 28-3

DHCP forwarding, enabling 23-22

dhcp-interface command (CLI) 20-2

DHCPLEASEQUERY packets

See leasequery

dhcp-lease-time, DHCP option B-8

dhcp-management subrole (central-cfg-admin) 5-4

dhcp-management subrole (cfg-admin) 5-3

dhcp-management subrole (regional-addr-admin) 5-4

dhcp-max-message-size, DHCP option B-9

dhcp-message, DHCP option B-9

dhcp-message-type, DHCP option B-8

dhcp-option-overload, DHCP option B-8

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

dhcp-rebinding-time, DHCP option B-9

dhcp-renewal-time, DHCP option B-9

DHCPRENEW packets 24-18

dhcp-requested-address, DHCP option B-8

DHCPREQUEST packets 20-2, B-8

dhcp-server-identifier, DHCP option B-9

dhcp-user-class-id, DHCP option B-17

DHCPv6

AAAA records. 28-2

address generation 26-3

bindings 26-5

client-classes 26-31

client FQDN, using 28-4

clients 26-31

concepts 26-2

DHCID records. 28-2

DNS update

DNS update, upgrading 28-3

lease affinity 26-5

leases 26-4

links 26-2

managing 26-1

options 26-32

policies 26-30

policy hierarchy 26-9

prefixes 26-2

PTR records. 28-2

reconfigure support 26-32

server attributes

max-client-leases 26-29

v6-client-class-lookup-id 26-29

synthetic names, generating 28-3

Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) 25-25, 1-3

dig tool, troubleshooting DNS update 28-19

distributions, zone 15-20

DNS

address format 14-2

authoritative server, See authoritative name servers

cache, flushing 17-16

caching-only servers, See caching-only servers

client/server model 14-5

configuration guidelines 4-5

dashboard

caching queries chart 3-17

forwarded queries chart 3-18

general indicators chart 3-20

inbound zone transfers chart 3-19

network errors chart 3-19

outbound zone transfers chart 3-18

related servers errors chart 3-20

distributed database 15-1

domains, See domains

dynamic DNS update, See DNS update

exception handling 17-5

flushing cache 7-3

forward-retry-time 17-8

glue records 15-18, 1-4

invalid 15-18

prefetching 17-14

removing 15-19

lame delegation 15-18

lame delegation, reporting 17-14

log settings 17-23

maximum

cache TTL property 17-15

memory cache size 17-15

name servers 14-5

name-to-address resolution 14-5, A-1

negative cache time 17-14, 1-6

options

flushing DNS cache 7-3, 17-16

local and external ports 17-17

maximum memory cache size 17-15

ports 17-17

primary servers, See primary name servers

recursive queries 17-8

request-expiration-time 17-8

request-retry-time 17-9

resolution-queue-max-size 17-4

reverse name servers 14-6

root name servers, defining 17-8

secondary servers, See secondary, name servers

servers

commands 17-1

logging 7-8, 17-23, 28-27

managing 17-1

name 17-2

network interfaces, configuring 17-2

secondary, See secondary, name servers

simulating top-of-zone A records 28-27

slave servers, creating 17-3

tcp-query-retry-time 17-9

troubleshooting 17-22

dns-admin role 5-3

core functionality 5-3

ipv6-management subrole 5-3

security-management subrole 5-3

server-management subrole 5-3

dns command (CLI)

addException 17-6

addForwarder 17-5

addRootHint 17-8

disable

no-fetch-glue 17-14

subnet-sorting 17-9

enable

fake-ip-name-response 17-16, 17-17

ixfr-enable 17-10

lame-deleg-notify 17-14, 17-22

notify 17-11

round-robin 17-9

save-negative-cache-entries 17-16, 17-17

simulate-zone-top-dynupdate 28-27

slave-mode 17-5

subnet-sorting 17-9

findRR 16-9

flushCache 7-3, 17-16

forceXfer 7-3

get

round-robin 17-9

getRRCount 16-6

getStats 7-15

ha 18-8

getZoneCount 15-15

listExceptions 17-6

listForwarders 17-5

removecachedRR 16-5

removeException 17-6

removeForwarder 17-5

resetStats 7-14

scavenge 7-3, 28-19

set

activity-summary-interval 17-24

checkpoint-interval 17-10

exception-forwarding 17-6

local-port-num 17-21

log-settings 7-7, 17-23

max-cache-ttl 17-15

max-negcache-ttl 17-15

mem-cache-size 17-16, 17-22

notify-min-interval 17-22

notify-send-stagger 17-22

notify-wait 17-22

query-source-address 17-17

query-source-port 17-17

remote-port-num 17-21

setPartnerDown 18-4

show 17-3

dns-management subrole (cfg-admin) 5-3

dns-servers, DHCPv6 option B-12

DNS update

backup-server-key 28-13

benefits 19-6

change set database 17-10

checkpoint, See checkpointing, zone

configurations

DHCPv6 synthetic name generator 25-19, 28-3

failover synchronization effect 27-9

policies, setting for 21-5

synthetic name stem 25-19, 28-3

confirming records 28-17

creating 28-7

DCHPv6 28-2

definition 28-1

DHCPv6

AAAA records 28-2

DHCPID records 28-2

PTR records 28-2

synthetic names 28-3

dynamic-dns 28-7

enabling 15-20, 28-5

failover synchronization effect 27-9

forcing 28-29

large deployments 28-2

logging 28-19

maps

creating 28-7, 28-8

dhcp-named-policy 28-9

dhcp-policy-selector 28-9

operation 19-7

policies

configuring 28-13

creating 28-13

deleting 28-16

editing 28-15

interaction with previous releases 28-13

rules 28-14

zones, applying to 28-16

policies, See DNS update, policies

prerequisites 28-23

server-key 28-13

simulating top-of-zone A records 28-27

troubleshooting 28-19

TSIG security 28-10

Windows 2000 clients 28-19

dns-update-map command (CLI)

create 28-8

set

dhcp-named-policy 28-9

dhcp-policy-selector 28-9

DOCSIS 4-1, 1-2

TFTP and 1-2

documentation

conventions xxx

domain-list, DHCPv6 option B-12

domain-name, DHCP option B-2

domain names

dot-separated 14-3

space 14-2

tree structure 14-2

domain-name-servers, DHCP option B-2

domains

difference from zones 14-4

names, See domain names

registering 14-4

domain-search, DHCP option B-18

do-times, DHCP expression 25-9

dual zone updates 28-22

dynamic

addresses 9-1

BOOTP, See BOOTP, dynamic

DNS, See DNS update

E

Edit 17-21

Edit DNS Server 17-21

Edit DNS Server (Local Basic) 17-21

edit mode

staged 1-8

synchronous 1-9

.edu domain 14-2

elapsed-time, DHCPv6 option B-11

end, DHCP option B-2

enterprise users 4-1

environment-destructor extension point, DHCP 23-11, 29-38

environmentdictionary, DHCP expression 25-10

environment dictionary, extension point 29-24

data items 29-24

initial-environment-dictionary property 29-25

equal, DHCP expression 25-10

equali, DHCP expression 25-10

error, DHCP expression 25-11

event logging 7-7

Event Viewer, Windows 7-7

exception

See resolution exception

export command (CLI)

addresses, VPN 23-20

leases 22-5

-vpn 23-20

option-set 21-19

expressions 25-1

address range for scope templates 20-7

creating 25-3

debugging 25-27

embedded policy for scope templates 20-8

link templates 26-13

prefix templates 26-20

scope templates 20-4

scope name 20-7

extension command (CLI)

create 29-3

list 29-3

set

init-entry 29-3

extension points, DHCP 23-9

listing 29-2

extensions 23-9

API C-25

C/C++ 29-4, 29-10

check-lease-acceptable 29-37

client-classes

modifying 29-16

processing 29-16

configuration errors 29-6

creating 29-2

deciding approaches 29-4

decoded packet data items C-1

definition 29-1

determining tasks 29-3

DEX 29-10

environment methods C-37

dex.h file 29-11

DEX attributes

dictionary C-29

methods C-30

dhcp-parameter-request-list option 29-27

DHCPv6, enabling 29-15

dictionaries 29-5, 29-23

entries C-1

DNS requests, processing 29-22

environment-destructor 29-38

environment dictionary 29-5, 29-24

failover synchronization effect 27-9

init-entry 29-28

C/C++ 29-13

Tcl 29-9

initial-environment-dictionary property 29-25

leases

acceptability, determining 29-18

finding 29-17

requests, serializing 29-18

state changes, tracing 29-22

lease-state-change 29-37

networks and links, determining 29-17

packet data items, decoded 29-26

packets

decoding 29-15

receiving 29-15

post-class-lookup 29-32

post-client-lookup 29-34

post-packet-decode 29-31

post-packet-encode 29-37

post-send-packet 29-38

pre-client-lookup 29-32

pre-packet-decode 29-30

pre-packet-encode 29-37

recognizing 29-7

request dictionary 29-5, 29-26, C-10

request processing 29-13

response containers, building 29-16

response dictionary 29-5, 29-26, C-16

response packets

encoding 29-21

gathering data 29-21

sending 29-22

routine signature 29-5

stable storage, updating 29-22

Tcl 29-4, 29-8

environment methods C-28

Tcl attributes

dictionary C-25

methods C-25

thread-safe 29-11

extensions-path, DHCP option B-3

external port 17-17

F

failover, DHCP

address ranges, ensuring 27-4

attributes

advanced 27-14

affected 27-9

related failover 6-4

related servers 6-5, 6-7, 6-8

back office scenarios 27-2

backup

allocation boundary 20-16

percentage 19-11

server, removing 27-23

backup percentage 27-15

benefits 19-8

BOOTP

clients 27-32

relay 27-5

changing roles 27-22

checklist 27-4

configuring 27-1

confirming 27-11

creating server pairs 5-40

dynamic BOOTP backup percentage 27-16

lazy updates 27-17

LDAP 27-5

lease period factor 27-17

lease query 27-33

load balancing 27-21

compatibility with earlier release 27-21

configuring 27-21

local server synchronization 27-5

logging 27-10, 27-33

main server, adding new 27-23

maximum client lead time 27-17

monitoring 27-33

multiple interfaces 27-24

network discovery 27-21

network failures 27-33

operation 19-8

halting 27-23

pairs

address matches 27-6

backup percentage 27-15

creating 27-6

synchronizing 27-10

partner down state 27-18

polling

attributes 27-20

priority 6-13

polling attributes, setting 6-12

regional cluster synchronization 27-7, 27-11

regional pairs 6-20

related servers, getting 6-8

removing backup server 27-23

replacing servers with defective storage 27-23

request/response buffer settings 27-20

restrictions, communications interrupted 19-10

safe period 27-18

scenarios 27-1

server pairs, creating 27-5

simple scenarios 27-2

states 19-9

state transitions 27-11

symmetrical scenarios 27-3

synchronize function 27-7

synchronizing 27-9

synchronizing pairs 5-40

troubleshooting 27-33

types 19-8, 27-1

failover-pair command (CLI)

addMatch 27-6

create 27-6

enable

load-balancing 27-15

use-safe-period 27-19

listMatches 27-6

polling attributes, setting 6-12

removeMatch 27-6

set

backup-pct 27-15

dynamic-bootp-backup-pct 27-32

load-balancing 27-21

safe-period 27-19

sync 27-10

file_tftp_1_log file 7-8, 7-28

file_tftp_1_trace file 7-8

filter, lease 22-9

finger-servers, DHCP option B-8

font-servers, DHCP option B-7

force-lock command (CLI) 2-13

forwarding DNS servers 17-3

listing 17-5

forwarding servers

DHCP 23-22

FQDN 14-3, 16-3, 1-3

DHCP processing 19-12

option, DHCP 28-20

free-address-low-threshold event, SNMP 1-6

G

gateway address 19-14, 23-16, 1-4

generate-lease extension point, DHCP 23-10

geo-conf, DHCP option B-18

geoconf-civic, DHCP option B-17

geoconf-civic, DHCPv6 option B-13

giaddr, DHCP field 19-14, 23-16, 1-4

glue records 15-18, 1-4

invalid 15-18

prefetching 17-14

removing 15-19

.gov domain 14-2

grace period, leases 21-4

Granular Administration 5-8

grep tool (UNIX) 7-29

group command (CLI)

create 5-6

groups 5-1, 5-5

adding 5-6

interaction with roles 5-1

pulling 5-18

pushing 5-17

H

HA DNS

backup server, setting 18-2

configuring 18-1

enabling 18-2

main server, setting 18-2

partner down, setting 18-4

server pairs, creating 18-4

synchronizing server pairs 18-4

ha-dns-pair command (CLI)

create 18-4

enable

ha-dns 18-4

set

ha-dns-backup-server 18-2

ha-dns-main-server 18-2

sync 18-4

Handling Malicious DNS Clients and Unresponsive Nameservers 17-18

Help

attributes 2-7

pages 2-7

HINFO records A-3, 1-4

host-admin role 5-4

core functionality 5-4

Host Info records

See HINFO records

hostmaster, setting for zone 15-7

host-name, DHCP option B-2

host-regexpr syntax 5-28

hosts

adding to zones 10-1, 16-12

BOOTP 23-1

creating 5-27

dynamic 15-20, 28-1

editing 10-2

multiple interface 27-24

pinging 22-7

removing 10-3

testing address ranges 5-31

zone restrictions 5-28

HTTPS login 2-2

I

iaaddr, DHCPv6 option B-11

ia-na, DHCPv6 option B-11

ia-pd, DHCPv6 option B-12

iaprefix, DHCPv6 option B-12

ia-ta, DHCPv6 option B-11

ICMP

echo, See PING

errors, ignoring 22-7

ieee802.3-encapsulation, DHCP option B-5

IETF 19-1, 20-23, 1-3

if, DHCP expression 25-11

ifconfig tool (UNIX) 7-29

import command (CLI) 15-9

keys 28-12

leases 22-5, 23-20

option-set 21-19

impress-servers, DHCP option B-2

in-addr.arpa domain 14-7, 1-4

incremental zone transfers 1-4

enabling 4-5, 17-10

info-refresh-time, DHCPv6 option B-12

init-entry extension point

C/C++ 29-13

Tcl 29-9

init-entry extension point, DHCP 23-10, 29-28

initial-url, DHCP option B-17

INIT-REBOOT packets 19-10

install_cnr_log file 7-8

interface cards 20-2, 28-28

interface-id, DHCPv6 option B-12

interface-mtu, DHCP option B-4

Internet Control Message Protocol

See ICMP

Internet Engineering Task Force 19-1, 1-3

Internet Operating System

See IOS

Internet Service Providers 4-1

interoperability of releases 4-6

Intranet Builder 17-5

IOS, VPN support 23-15

ip6-string, DHCP expression 25-11

IP addresses

See addresses, IP

ipconfig utility 20-24, 24-12

ip-forwarding, DHCP option B-3

ip-helper 27-32

adding to router 5-35

IP helper address 23-3

IP history

See lease history

iphist utility 22-23

ip-node license 5-12

ip-string, DHCP expression 25-11

IPv6 addresses 26-1

ipv6-management subrole (addrblock-admin) 5-3

ipv6-management subrole (dhcp-admin) 5-3

ipv6-management subrole (dns-admin) 5-3

irc-servers, DHCP option B-8

ISDN records A-3

iSNS, DHCP option B-10

ISPs

See Internet Service Providers

is-string, DHCP expression 25-11

J

jsui_log.date.txt file 7-8

K

keybuild utility (backup) 8-5, 8-18

key command (CLI)

create 28-11

keys, generating secrets 28-11

L

lame delegation 15-18, 1-4

reporting 17-14

LAN segments 19-12, 1-8

large enterprise deployments 4-3

lazy updates, failover 27-17

LDAP 16-11

client

configuration 24-20

data use, enabling 24-22

configuring 24-19

connections 24-31

DHCP

client queries 24-21

mapping 24-21

directory support 24-21

distinguished name (dn) 24-21

embedded policies 24-23

entry creation 24-29

enabling 24-30

event service, failover synchronization effect 27-9

failover configuration 27-5

filtering searches 24-28

lease-state attributes 24-24

passwords 24-21

protocol definition 24-19

queries, enabling 24-21

query-timeout 24-31

schema checking, disabling 24-20

state updates 24-27

storing lease data 24-26

threadwaittime 24-31

timeout 24-31

troubleshooting 24-30

typical attribute settings 24-31

unprovisioning client entries 24-23

updates, enabling 24-28

ldap command (CLI)

create 24-21

delete 24-21

enable

can-query 24-8, 24-22

can-update 24-28

getEntry 24-22

list 24-23

listnames 24-23

set

create-object-classes 24-29

dn-attribute 24-29

dn-create-format 24-29

dn-format 24-29

password 24-21

preference 24-22

search-filter 24-21

search-path 24-21

search-scope 24-21

update-search-attribute 24-28

update-search-filter 24-28

update-search-path 24-28

update-search-scope 24-28

username 24-28

setEntry 24-22

create-dictionary givenname 24-29

create-dictionary localityname 24-29

create-dictionary sn 24-29

update-dictionary carlicense 24-28

update-dictionary uid 24-28

show 24-23

unsetEntry 24-22

ldap-url, DHCP option B-17

lease6 command (CLI)

activate 26-26

deactivate 26-26

force-available 26-26

list 22-11

lease command (CLI)

activate 22-8

deactivate 22-8

delete-reservation 22-15

force-available 22-17, 23-3

list

-macaddr 22-10

set

address 24-25

client-dns-name 24-25

client-domain-name 24-25

client-flags 24-25

client-host-name 24-25

client-id 24-25

client-mac-addr 24-25

expiration 24-25

flags 24-25

lease-renewal-time 24-25

start-time-of-state 24-25

state 24-25

vendor-class-identifier 24-25

show 22-3

lease extensions, deferring 23-7

lease history 22-20

automatic trimming

age 22-26

interval 22-26

collecting 22-22

collection maximum age 6-14

database directory 22-21

detail 22-23

enabling 6-14, 22-21

failover server priority 6-13

iphist utility 22-23

maximum age for trimming 22-26

polling

data 6-11

interval 6-12

offset 6-13

retry interval 6-13

querying 22-22

recording 9-14, 22-21

reports 22-20

trimming 22-25

lease-history subrole (regional-addr-admin) 5-4

Lease Notification, Dynamic 22-32

lease-notification command (CLI) 22-27

available 22-20

mail-host 22-27

recipients 22-27

scopes 22-27

specifying config file 22-28

lease period factor, failover 27-17

leasequery 22-28

DHCPv4 pre-RFC implementation 22-29

DHCPv4 RFC 4388 implementation 22-30

DHCPv6 implementation 22-31

implementations 22-29

logging 23-14

reservations and 22-29

statistics 22-31

leases 19-3

activity 7-22

address usage reports 22-20

affinity 26-5

benefits 19-3

database 7-8

deactivating 23-3

in scopes 22-8

deferring extensions 23-5

defined 19-2

DHCPv6 26-4

DHCPv6 life cycle 26-6

displaying 7-22, 22-26

excluding addresses from ranges 22-8

expired state 19-2

exporting 22-5

file 22-5

time format 22-6

forcing available 22-17

grace period 21-4

history reports 22-20

importing 22-5

inhibiting renewals 22-18

LDAP attributes 24-27

notification, receiving 22-27

obtaining 19-7

one-shot 24-12

orphaned

by VPN 23-22

permanent 21-3, 22-4

pinging before allocating 22-7

provisional 24-12

querying, See leasequery

reacquiring 19-8

reactivating 22-8

recommended renewal times 4-6

releasing 19-7

renewal time, saving as state 24-25

renewing 19-2

reusing 23-3

scopes 19-2, 22-1

listing 22-3

viewing 22-2

searching, filtering 22-9

states 22-3, 24-25

state updates in LDAP 24-26

timeouts for unavailable 22-19

times

guidelines 22-4

in import files 22-6

overrides, allowing 22-5

types 19-3

unavailable

clearing 22-17

handling 22-19

utilization 22-26

lease-state-change extension point, DHCP 23-10, 29-37

length, DHCP expression 25-11

let, DHCP expression 25-12

license 5-13

license command (CLI)

create 5-13

list 5-13

listnames 5-13

show 5-13

licenses 5-12

adding 2-3

link command (CLI)

applyTemplate 26-17

create 26-17

template, with 26-17

template-root-prefix, with 26-17

listPrefixes 26-17

listPrefixNames 26-17

links

configuring 26-11

DHCPv6 26-2

link-template command (CLI)

apply-to (link) 26-13

create 26-12

clone 26-13

link templates

expressions 26-13

Linux

CLI location 2-13

list

link template expression 26-14

prefix template expression 26-21

local clusters 1-1, 4-2

administration 5-1

connecting to 6-8

editing 6-3

replicating data 6-9

synchronizing with 6-9

tutorial 5-22

view of tree 6-2

localhost 15-5, 17-22

localhost_access_log.date.txt file 7-8

local port 17-17

lock files 8-3

log, DHCP expression 25-12

log.xxx files, CNRDB 8-8

logging

NOTIFY, See NOTIFY

logging out 2-7

login, Web UI 2-2

log-servers, DHCP option B-2

loopback

addresses 1-5

zones 15-5, 1-5

lpr-servers, DHCP option B-2

lq-client-links, DHCPv6 option B-13

lq-query, DHCPv6 option B-13

lq-relay-data, DHCPv6 option B-13

lshift, DHCP expression 25-8

M

MAC addresses, clients 19-13

Main Menu page

regional 2-12

management components 1-1

mask-blob, DHCP expression 25-12

mask-int, DHCP expression 25-12

mask-supplier, DHCP option B-4

max-dgram-reassembly, DHCP option B-3

maximum client lead time, failover 19-10, 27-17

MB records A-3

mcdadmin utility 8-14

MCD database 1-5

backing up 8-5

files 8-7

integrity 8-5

recovering

backup 8-6

damaged 8-5

mcdshadow backup utility 8-3, 1-5

third party programs and 8-3

mcdupgrade_log file 7-8

MCLT

See maximum client lead time

mcns-security-server, DHCP option B-18

merit-dump, DHCP option B-2

MG records A-4

Microsoft DHCP stack 20-2

.mil domain 14-2

MINFO records A-4

M iscellaneous Options and Settings 17-18

Miscellaneous Options and Settings 17-18

mobile-ip-home-agents, DHCP option B-16

MR records A-4

MSOs 4-1

multinetting 19-12, 1-5

multiple interfaces, failover 27-24

Multiple Service Operators

See MSOs

multiple users 2-4

multithreaded server 1-2

MX records A-4, 1-5

N

name_dhcp_1_log file 7-8

name_dns_1_log file 7-8

Name Server records

See NS records

name servers

authoritative, See authoritative name servers

domain 14-5

primary, See primary name servers

reverse 14-6

secondary, See secondary, name servers

types 14-5

name-servers, DHCP option B-2

name-service-search, DHCP option B-18

name-to-address resolution 14-5, A-1

Naming Authority Pointer records

See NAPTR records

NAPTR records 16-10, A-5

navigation bar labels xxx

nds-context, DHCP option B-17

nds-servers, DHCP option B-17

nds-tree, DHCP option B-17

negative cache time 17-14, 1-6

netbios-dd-servers, DHCP option B-6

netbios-name-servers, DHCP option B-6

netbios-node-type, DHCP option B-7

netbios-scope, DHCP option B-7

netinfo-parent-server-addr, DHCP option B-17

netinfo-parent-server-tag, DHCP option B-17

netwareip-domain, DHCP option B-16

netwareip-information, DHCP option B-16

Network Information Service

See nis entries

network interfaces

DNS server 17-2

Network News Transport Protocol B-7

network number 14-4

networks

editing names 20-25

listing 20-25

managing 20-24

Network Time Protocol B-6

network time service, use of 6-12

nis+-domain, DHCP option B-7

nis+-servers, DHCP option B-7

nis-domain, DHCP option B-5

nis-domain-name, DHCPv6 option B-12

nisp-domain-name, DHCPv6 option B-12

nisp-servers, DHCPv6 option B-12

nis-servers, DHCP option B-5

nis-servers, DHCPv6 option B-12

nntp-servers, DHCP option B-7

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

nonsecure login 2-2

NORMAL state, failover 19-9

not, DHCP expression 25-13

notification, lease 22-27

NOTIFY 1-6

enabling 17-11

logging transactions 17-23

NSAP records A-6

nslookup utility 17-24

troubleshooting DNS update 28-19

NS records A-5

ntp-servers, DHCP option B-6

null, DHCP expression 25-13

O

on-demand address pools

See subnet allocation, DHCP

option command (CLI)

get 21-11

listtypes 21-18

show 21-11

unset 21-11

options

custom DHCP 21-11

data types, listing 21-18

DHCPv6 26-10

setting 26-32

failover synchronization effect 27-9

policy hierarchy 21-3

option-set command (CLI)

show 21-11

OptionSetJumpStart.txt file 21-19

OptionSetPXE.txt file 21-19

option sets

exporting 21-19

importing 21-19

local

pulling 21-20

pushing 21-20

or, DHCP expression 25-13

organization, registering 13-6

Organizationally Unique Identifier

See OUI

oro, DHCPv6 option B-11

OUI, for VPNs 23-18, 1-6

owner command (CLI)

create 12-2

owner-region subrole (ccm-admin) 5-3

owner-region subrole (regional-admin) 5-4

owners

configuring 12-1

managing 12-1

pulling 5-21

pushing 5-21

P

pad, DHCP option B-2

PARTNER-DOWN state, failover 19-10

enabling 27-18

passwords 5-8

administrator 5-5

changing 5-8

changing 2-4

nondisplaying 5-8

path-mtu-aging-timeout, DHCP option B-3

path-mtu-plateau-tables, DHCP option B-3

PAUSED state, failover 19-11

PDU, SNMP 1-7

performance guidelines 4-5

perform-mask-discovery, DHCP option B-4

persistent cache 17-8

pick-first-value, DHCP expression 25-13

pinging hosts before offering 22-7

ping utility 22-7

Pointer (Reverse Mapping) record

See PTR record

point of contact, registering 13-4

policies

cloning 21-6

compared with scopes 19-3

configuring 21-1

creating regional 6-16

defined 19-3, 21-1, 1-6

DHCPv6 26-30

dual zone updates, allowing 28-22

embedded 21-2

editing 21-8

scopes 20-19

vendor options 20-20

failover synchronization effect 27-9

guidelines 20-2

hierarchy 21-3

lease time overrides, allowing 22-5

local

pulling 6-16

pushing 6-16

named 21-2

options 19-13

adding 21-6

scopes 19-12

scopes, See scopes

subnet-masks, setting 21-5

suboptions

adding 21-7

system-default 21-1

policies, DHCP

address block 23-21

pushing to local clusters 5-38

policy command (CLI)

create 21-5, 23-2

clone 21-6

disable

allow-client-a-record-update 28-20

enable

allow-client-a-record-update 28-20, 28-21

allow-dual-zone-dns-update 28-22

allow-lease-time-override 22-5

permanent-leases 21-5

use-client-id-for-reservations 22-16

getOption 21-7

dhcp-lease-time 21-5

listOptions 21-5

set 21-5, 23-2

grace-period 24-12

limitation-count 25-2

setLeaseTime 21-5

setOption 21-7, 23-3

subnet-mask 21-5

unsetOption 21-7

policy-filters, DHCP option B-3

polling 1-6

failover server priority 6-13

interval 6-12

lease history data 6-11

offset 6-13

retry interval 6-13

subnet utilization data 6-11

time skew effects 6-12

pop3-servers, DHCP option B-7

post-class-lookup extension point, DHCP 23-10, 29-32

post-client-lookup extension point, DHCP 23-10, 29-34

Post Office Protocol B-7

post-packet-decode extension point, DHCP 23-10, 29-31

post-packet-encode extension point, DHCP 23-11, 29-37

post-send-packet extension point, DHCP 23-11, 29-38

POTENTIAL-CONFLICT state, failover 19-10

pre-client-lookup extension point, DHCP 23-10, 29-32

pre-dns-add-forward extension point, DHCP 23-11

preference, DHCPv6 option B-11

preferences, user 2-10

prefix command (CLI)

addReservation 26-26

applyTemplate 26-26

create 26-26

template, with 26-26

createReverseZone 28-4

deleteReverseZone 28-4

listLeases 26-26

set

selection-tags 24-4

prefixes

configuring 26-17

count on server, getting 26-27

DHCPv6 26-2

reverse zones, creating 28-4

interface-identifier, assigning 26-4

prefix-template command (CLI)

apply-to (prefix) 26-20

create 26-20

clone 26-20

set

selection-tags 24-4

prefix templates

expressions 26-20

pre-packet-decode extension point, DHCP 23-10, 29-30

pre-packet-encode extension point, DHCP 23-11, 29-37

primary name servers 14-4

configuring 15-5

defined 14-6

SOA property A-7

zone, setting for 15-7

progn, DHCP expression 25-13

Protocol Data Unit, SNMP

See PDU

PTR records A-6, 1-7

DNS update 28-2

Pushing Administrators Automatically to Local Clusters 5-15

pxe-client-arch, DHCP option B-17

pxe-client-machine-id, DHCP option B-17

pxe-client-network-id, DHCP option B-17

PXE clients 21-19

PXE clients, importing option sets for 21-19

R

rapid-commit, DHCPv6 option B-11

reconfigure-accept, DHCPv6 option B-12

reconfigure-message, DHCPv6 option B-12

reconfigure support, DHCPv6 26-32

RECOVER-DONE state, failover 19-10

RECOVER state, failover 19-10

recursive queries 1-7

caching-only server 17-7

enabling 17-8

regional-addr-admin role 5-4

core functionality 5-4

dhcp-management subrole 5-4

lease-history subrole 5-4

subnet-utilization subrole 5-4

regional-admin role 5-4

authentication subrole 5-4

authorization subrole 5-4

core functionality 5-4

database subrole 5-4

owner-region subrole 5-4

regional clusters 1-1, 4-2

adding

local clusters 5-33, 6-2

server clusters 6-2

administration 5-1

client-classes

pulling 6-18

pushing 6-17

failover pairs 6-20

policies 6-16

pulling 6-16

pushing 6-16

pushing

option definition sets 21-20

reservations

pushing 6-20

scope templates 6-14

pushing 6-14

subnets to local clusters

pushing 9-8

subnets to routers

pushing 9-8

tutorial 5-31

VPNs 6-19

region command (CLI)

create 12-2

regions

configuring 12-1

managing 12-2

pulling 5-21

pushing 5-21

regular expressions (regex) 5-28

related servers

DHCP attributes 6-4

states 6-4

relative domain names 16-3

relay-agent-info, DHCP option B-17

relay-agent-subscriber-id, DHCPv6 option B-13

relay-message, DHCPv6 option B-11

remote-dns command (CLI)

create 17-22

remote-id, DHCPv6 option B-13

removing

cached RRs 7-3

replica data 6-9

replica data, viewing 6-9

report command (CLI) 7-20, 22-20

reports

address usage 7-19, 22-20

allocation 13-1

ARIN 13-1

IPv4 utilization 13-6

lease history 22-20

managing 13-1

organization

creating 13-5

editing 13-6

point of contact 13-2

editing 13-4

subnet utilization 9-14

WHOIS/SWIP 13-8

requestdictionary, DHCP expression 25-17

request dictionary, extension points 29-26

request dump, DHCP expression 25-17

request option, DHCP expression 25-14

request packetfield, DHCP expression 25-16

reservation command (CLI)

delete 22-15

reservations, lease

creating 22-11

LEASEQUERY and 22-29

pushing to local clusters 6-20

removing 22-15

using client ID 22-16

resolution exception 17-5

listing 17-6

resource-location-servers, DHCP option B-2

resource records

A A-1, 1-1

A6 A-2

AAAA 28-2, A-2

adding 16-2

adding in CLI 16-3

AFSDB A-2

cached, removing 7-3

CNAME A-3, 1-2

configuring 16-1

count on server, getting 16-6

DHCID 28-2, A-3

editing 16-1

subzone information 15-19

filtering 16-9

HINFO A-3, 1-4

ISDN A-3

listing 16-6

MB A-3

MG A-4

MINFO A-4

MR A-4

MX A-4, 1-5

NAPTR A-5

NS A-5

NSAP A-6

protecting 16-3

PTR A-6, 1-7

removing 16-5

cached 16-5

RP A-6

RT A-6

SOA A-7, 1-8

SRV A-7

TXT A-7

types A-1

WKS A-8, 1-10

responsedictionary, DHCP expression 25-17

response dictionary, extension points 29-26

response dump, DHCP expression 25-17

response option, DHCP expression 25-17

response packetfield, DHCP expression 25-17

return-last, DHCP expression 25-13

reverse

domains 14-7

mapping records A-6

name servers 14-6

zones 14-6, 1-7

configuring 15-12

prefixes, creating from 28-4

secondary 15-16

RFC 3041 26-5

RFC 3315 26-1

RFC 3736 26-1

RFC 4833 C-9

RFC 5192 C-5

RFCS

3315 B-13

RFCs

1001, 1002 B-6

1035 15-9

1042 B-5

1123 1-2

1179 B-2

1191 B-3

1256 B-4

1350 1-2

1497 B-1

1782 1-2

1783 1-2

1995 4-5, 17-10

1996 4-5, 17-11

2131 19-8, 23-2

2132 B-1

2136 15-20

2308 17-14

2316 1-3

2685 23-18

2782 16-10, 28-24, A-7

2915 A-5

2916 16-10

3046 24-15, 25-1

3074 27-21

3263 16-10

3315 B-10

3319 B-12

3403 16-10

3633 26-1, 26-5

3898 B-12

4075 B-12

4174 B-10

4242 B-12

4280 B-10, B-12

4291 26-3

4388 22-30, B-10

4580 B-13

4649 B-13

4701 28-2, A-3

4702 28-2

4704 28-2

4833 B-14, C-5, C-7, C-9

5007 22-31

865 B-2

868 B-2

887 B-2

893 B-4

894 B-5

950 B-2

ric_server_log file 7-8

ric-management subrole (addrblock-admin) 5-3

ric-management subrole (central-cfg-admin) 5-4

ric-management subrole (cfg-admin) 5-3

RIC server

See Router Interface Configuration server

role command (CLI)

create 5-7

roles 5-1

adding 5-7

address block administrator 9-1

base 5-1

constrained 5-2, 1-7

creating 5-28

groups 5-5

interaction with groups 5-1

pulling 5-20

pushing 5-19

subroles 5-2

root name servers 14-3, 17-3, 1-8

adding 17-8

slave servers 1-8

root-path, DHCP option B-3

round-robin 1-8

enabling 17-9

scope selection 19-12, 20-12

routed bridge encapsulation (RBE) 1-8

router command (CLI)

create 11-2

set 11-4

router-discovery, DHCP option B-4

router-interface command (CLI)

set 11-4

Router Interface Configuration (RIC) server 4-2

logging and tracing 7-8

router interfaces

adding 5-34

editing 11-4

editing attributes 11-4

viewing 11-4

routers

adding 5-34, 11-2

alternative login methods 11-3

BOOTP relay 23-3

bundling 11-5

Cisco 23-3

creating 11-2

editing 11-3

editing attributes 11-4

gateway addresses 19-14, 23-16, 1-4

ip-helper 5-35

listing 11-2

managed 11-2

policies for 19-3

resynchronizing 11-4

secure communication mode 11-3

subnet 21-6

subnets, pushing 9-8

uBR7200 5-35

virtual 11-2

routers, DHCP option B-2

router-solicitation-address, DHCP option B-4

RP records A-6

RT records A-6

S

safe period, failover 19-10, 27-18

scope command (CLI)

addRange 20-12

changeMask 20-18

change-subnet 20-18

clearUnavailable 22-17

create 20-12

template= 20-9

delete 20-24

disable 20-18

dhcp 20-21, 23-3, 27-32

ping-clients 22-19

enable 20-18

bootp 20-21

deactivated 20-22

dhcp 20-21

dynamic-bootp 20-21, 23-3, 27-32

ignore-declines 22-19

renew-only 20-22

update-dns-for-bootp 23-3

get 20-18

list 20-18

listLeases 22-3

listnames 20-18

listRanges 22-9

removeRange 22-9

removeReservation 22-15, 23-3

report-staged-edits 20-19

set 20-18

backup-pct 27-15

dynamic-dns 28-23

free-address-config 20-23

policy 20-12

primary-subnet 20-20

selection-tag-list 24-4

vpn 23-20

vpn-id 20-12, 23-20

show 20-18

unset

primary-subnet 20-21

scope-policy command (CLI)

disable 20-20

enable 20-20

listVendorOptions 20-20

set 20-20

setVendorOptions 20-20

show 20-20

unset 20-20

unsetVendorOptions 20-20

scopes

address

allocation 20-12

ranges 20-9

allocate-first-available 20-13, 20-15

allocation-priority 20-13, 20-15

attributes

bootp 20-21

disabling 20-18

dynamic bootp 20-21

enabling 20-18

getting 20-18

listing 20-18

primary-subnet 20-20

setting 20-18

showing 20-18

BOOTP, enabling 20-21

compared to policies 19-3

count on server, getting 20-12

creating 20-9

deactivating 20-22

defined 19-3

defining 20-3

DHCP, disabling 20-21

editing 20-17

edit modes 20-18

failover

backup percentage 27-15

synchronization effect 27-9

failover-backup-allocation-boundary 20-16, 20-17

forcing lease availability 22-17

free address SNMP traps 20-22

inhibiting lease renewals 22-18

internal address allocation 20-16

leases, See leases

moving/decommissioning BOOTP clients 20-21

multiple 20-12

named policies 21-2

names 20-9

netmask, changing 20-18

network addresses 20-9

pinging clients 22-7

policies, See policies

primary subnets 20-20

ranges

adding 20-12

listing 22-9

removing 22-9

removing 20-23

if not reusing addresses 20-24

if reusing addresses 20-24

ranges 22-9

reusing addresses 20-24

renew-only 20-22

secondary 20-20

staged edit mode 1-8

staged edits, reporting 20-19

subnet, changing 20-18

subnet masks, removing 21-5

synchronous edit mode 1-9

traps, SNMP, free address 20-22

unreserving leases 22-15

VPNs 23-18

scope-template command (CLI)

apply-to scope 20-9

create 20-4

clone 20-9

set 20-8

options-exp 20-7

ranges-exp 20-7

scope-name 20-7

selection-tag-list 24-4

scope templates

address range expressions 20-7

cloning 20-9

creating 20-4

creating on regional cluster 5-39

editing 20-8

attributes 20-8

embedded policy expressions 5-39, 20-8

expressions 20-4

managing 20-3

name expression 5-39

pulling from local clusters 6-15

pushing to local clusters 6-14

range expressions 5-39

regional 6-14

scope name expressions 20-7

SCP

See System Configuration Protocol

screen displays xxx

scripts

See extensions

search, DHCP expression 25-18

search, lease 22-9

secondary

expiration time 17-13

master 1-8

name servers, DNS 14-4, 1-8

adding 15-15

defined 14-6

separating DHCP servers from 20-2

refresh time 15-16, 17-13

retry time 17-13

reverse zones 15-16

adding 15-16

scopes 20-20

subnets 20-20, 1-8

zones 15-15

adding 15-15

secondary name servers 15-15

secure

cluster connections 6-2

login 2-2

security-management subrole (central-dns-admin) 5-4

security-management subrole (dns-admin) 5-3

selection tags

appending dhcp-user-class-id 24-8

appending RADIUS class 24-8

appending RADIUS pool 24-8

mapping RADIUS class 24-8

mapping RADIUS pool name 24-8

mapping user class identifier 24-8

server agent

stopping, restarting 8-6

server clusters, adding 6-2

server command (CLI)

enable/disable start-on-reboot 7-1

getHealth 7-13

getStats 7-14

reload 7-4

serverLogs

set logsize 7-9

show 7-9

set 7-4

start 7-4

stop 7-4

server-identifier, DHCPv6 option B-11

server-management subrole (ccm-admin) 5-3

server-management subrole (central-dns-admin) 5-4

server-management subrole (dns-admin) 5-3

servers

controlling 7-1

events, logging 7-6

failures, troubleshooting 7-26

health, displaying 7-12

IP address 1-8

related, states 6-4

state, displaying 7-12

statistics, showing 7-13

server-unicast, DHCPv6 option B-11

session command (CLI)

assert 8-12

dhcp.dbsn 8-12

locked 8-12

cache refresh 2-4

get

dhcp-edit-mode 20-19

set

current-vpn 20-12, 23-18

default-format 8-12

dhcp-edit-mode 20-19

dns-edit-mode 15-2

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) proxies 16-10

setq, DHCP expression 25-18

setting

custom DHCP options 21-12

negative cache time 1-6

shadow backups 8-1

for MCDDB recovery 8-6

manual 8-3

third party backup programs and 8-3

time, setting 8-3

SHUTDOWN state, failover 19-11

siaddr, DHCP field 23-2, 1-8

Simple Mail Transport Protocol

See SNMP

simulating top-of-zone A records 28-27

single sign-on 2-4, 6-2

sip-servers, DHCP option B-18

sip-servers-address, DHCPv6 option B-12

slave servers 17-3, 1-8

slp-directory-agent, DHCP option B-17

slp-service-scope, DHCP option B-17

SMS

failover on UNIX 27-21

integrating with DHCP server 23-8

network discovery (dhcp command) 23-9

smtp-servers, DHCP option B-7

SNMP

free-address-low-threshold 1-6

logging and tracing 7-8

notification 1-3

notification events 1-7

PDU 1-7

traps 1-6

failover mismatch 27-34

free address on scopes 20-22

PDUs 1-3

server not responding 27-34

v2c standard 1-3

snmp command (CLI)

disable server-active 1-6

enable server-active 1-6

set

cache-ttl 1-6

community 1-6

trap-source-addr 1-6

snmp-interface command (CLI) 1-6

snmp-management subrole (cfg-admin) 5-3

sntp-servers, DHCPv6 option B-12

SOA records A-7, 1-8

defined 15-7

secondary

expiration time 17-13

refresh time 17-13

retry time 17-13

TTL property 17-12

Windows 2000 28-24

Solaris

CLI location 2-13

guidelines 4-5

mouse buttons xxx

SRV records A-7

enabling viewing 28-26

Windows 2000 28-23

SSH connections, routers 11-3

SSL

cluster connections 6-2

secure login 2-2

SSO login 2-4

staged

dhcp edit mode 20-18

dns edit mode 15-1

edit mode 1-8

starts-with, DHCP expression 25-18

STARTUP state, failover 19-9

static

addresses 20-2

BOOTP 27-32

routes B-4

static-routes, DHCP option B-15

statistics

leasequery 22-31

server 7-13

status-code, DHCPv6 option B-11

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

streettalk-servers, DHCP option B-8

subnet-alloc, DHCP option B-18

subnet allocation, DHCP 23-15, 1-9

configuring 23-20

subnet-mask, DHCP option B-2

subnets 9-4

adding 5-24

address ranges 9-11

child 9-10

client-accessible 19-13

creating 5-37

defined 19-6

editing 9-8

joining 20-20

local B-4

multiple logical 20-20

pushing to local clusters 9-8

reclaiming 9-10

sorting, enabling 17-9

viewing 9-4

subnets, DHCP

address block 23-21

allocation request 23-21

increment 23-21

initial 23-21

subnet-selection, DHCP option B-18

subnet utilization

collect-addr-util-duration 9-14

collect-addr-util-interval 9-14

collection duration 6-13

data, collecting 9-15

enabling collection 6-13

failover server priority 6-13

polling

data 6-11

interval 6-13

offset 6-13

retry interval 6-13

poll-subnet-util-interval 9-15

poll-subnet-util-offset 9-15

poll-subnet-util-retry 9-15

querying 9-15

reports 9-14

server polling interval 6-13

trimming data 9-16

trim-subnet-util-age 9-16

trim-subnet-util-interval 9-16

viewing data 9-17

subnet-utilization subrole (regional-addr-admin) 5-4

subroles 5-2

central administration management 5-13

subscriber limitation, using option 82 24-14

troubleshooting 24-19

subscribers, set by limitation-id 24-16

substring, DHCP expression 25-18

subzone forwarding 17-5

subzones 1-8

adding 15-17

delegating 15-18, 1-3, 1-9

editing 15-19

lame delegation 15-18

name server 15-18

naming 15-17

removing 15-19

swap-server, DHCP option B-2

synchronization, failover

complete 27-7

exact 27-7

operations 27-9

update 27-7

synchronous

dhcp edit mode 20-18

dns edit mode 15-1

edit mode 1-9

synthesize-host-name, DHCP expression 25-19

System Configuration Protocol (SCP) 4-2

System Management Server

See SMS

system metrics chart, dashboard 3-10

T

TAC tool 7-29

tail command (Solaris) 7-6

tasks, scheduling 7-4

Tcl

API 29-8

extensions 23-9, 23-10, 29-4, 29-8

TCP Default TTL, DHCP option B-5

tcp-keepalive-garbage, DHCP option B-5

tcp-keepalive-interval, DHCP option B-5

/temp directory 8-3

templates

scope 20-3

zone 15-2

Text records

See TXT records

TFTP 1-2, B-10

file caching 7-28

logging and tracing 7-28

packets, tracing 7-27

troubleshooting 7-27

tftp command (CLI)

enable 1-2

enable file-cache 7-29

getStats 7-18

getTraceLevel 1-2

serverLogs 1-2

set 1-2

file-cache-directory 7-28

file-cache-max-memory-size 7-29

home-directory 7-28

log-file-count 7-28

log-level 7-28

log-settings 7-7, 7-28

show 1-2

tftp-interface command (CLI) 1-3

tftp-management subrole (cfg-admin) 5-3

tftp-server, DHCP option B-10

time-offset, DHCP option B-2

timeouts for unavailable leases 22-19

time-servers, DHCP option B-2

time service, use of 6-12

Time to Live property

See TTL property

to-blob, DHCP expression 25-19

to-ip, DHCP expression 25-19

to-ip6, DHCP expression 25-19

to-lower, DHCP expression 25-19

Tomcat

database log files 7-8

server 4-2

top tool (UNIX) 7-29

to-sint, DHCP expression 25-20

to-string, DHCP expression 25-20

to-uint, DHCP expression 25-20

trailer-encapsulation, DHCP option B-4

translate, DHCP expression 25-20

trap command (CLI)

set

free-address-low-threshold 1-6

trap-recipient command (CLI)

create 1-6

traps, SNMP 1-3, 27-34

creating 20-23

failover synchronization effect 27-9

free-address-high 1-7

free-address-low 1-7

low and high address thresholds 20-23

recipients, creating 1-6

trimming

immediate subnet utilization 9-16

subnet utilization records 9-16

Trivial File Transfer Protocol

See TFTP

try, DHCP expression 25-21

TSIG keys 28-10

creating 28-11

DNS update configuration attributes 28-13

failover synchronization effect 27-9

importing 28-12

pulling 28-11

pushing 28-11

rules for secrets 28-12

secrets, generating 28-11

TTL property A-1

default 17-13, 21-2

responses 17-12

maximum

cache 17-15

memory cache size 17-15

negative cache 17-14, 1-6

zone 17-12

tutorial

local cluster 5-22

regional cluster 5-31

TXT records A-7

tz-database, DHCP option B-17

tz-posix, DHCP option B-17

U

uBR 10000 routers 11-2

uBR 7200 routers 5-35, 11-2

Ultra-SCSI disk 4-3

unicast, enabling 23-5

unified address space 9-2

Universal Resource Identifiers (URIs) 16-10

UNIX, troubleshooting tools 7-29

update-policy (CLI command)

create 28-14

delete 28-16

rules

add 28-15

remove 28-16

user-auth, DHCP option B-17

user-class, DHCPv6 option B-11

user interfaces 2-1

user preferences, setting 2-10

users

differentiated services 19-11

event warnings 7-7

lease availability 19-7

types of 4-1

utility programs

ipconfig 20-24

ping 22-7

third party backup 8-3

V

validate-host-name, DHCP expression 25-22

vendor-class, DHCPv6 option B-11

vendor-encapsulated-options, DHCP option B-15

vendor-opts, DHCPv6 option B-12

virtual channel identifier 25-26

virtual path identifier 25-26, 1-10

virtual private networks

See VPNs

virtual routing and forwarding table ID

See VRFs

virus scanning, excluding directories 8-12

visibility of attributes 2-5

v-i-vendor-class, DHCP option B-18

v-i-vendor-info, DHCP option B-18

vmstat tool (UNIX) 7-29

vpn command (CLI)

create 23-18

set

vrf-name 23-18

vpn-id, DHCP option B-18

VPNs 19-5, 23-15

configuring 23-15

creating 23-17

current 23-19

failover synchronization effect 27-9

identifier 23-18

IOS support 23-15

leases in, importing 23-20

local

pulling 6-19

pushing 6-19

orphaned leases 23-22

regional 6-19

scopes 20-12, 23-18

setting current 20-12

VRFs 23-18

VRFs 23-16, 23-18

W

Web UI 1-1

attributes

displaying 2-6

modifying 2-6

visibility 2-5

changes, committing 2-5

deployment scenarios 4-2

help

attributes 2-7

topics 2-7

logging 7-8

logging in 2-2

navigation 2-4

Well Known Services record

See WKS records

Windows

CLI location 2-13

Event Viewer 7-7

ipconfig utility 24-12

logging 7-6

mouse buttons xxx

Windows 2000

client properties 24-12

DNS update 28-19, 28-26

domain controllers 28-26

environments 28-25

SRV records 28-23, A-7

Windows SMS

See SMS

winipcfg utility 24-12

WKS records A-8, 1-10

www-servers, DHCP option B-7

X

x-display-managers, DHCP option B-7

Y

yiaddr, DHCP field 23-17, 1-10

Z

zone

edit mode, setting 15-2

templates

cloning 15-5

creating using CLI 15-5

zone (CLI command)

listRR

dns 28-17

set

update-policy-list 28-17

zone command (CLI)

addDNSRR 10-2, 16-3

addHost 10-2

addRR 10-2, 16-3

A 15-8

PTR 15-13

-staged or -sync 16-3

applyTemplate 15-8

chkpt 17-10

cleanRR 16-10

create

primary 15-8

secondary 15-16

template, using 15-8

dumpchkpt 17-10

enable

notify 17-11

findRR 16-9

forceXfer 15-17

get

serial 15-7, 15-8

getScavengeStartTime 28-19

listHosts 10-2, 15-8

listRR 15-9, 16-6

removeCacheRR 7-3

removeDNSRR 10-3, 16-5

removeHost 10-3

removeRR 10-3, 16-5

set

checkpoint-interval 17-10

defttl 17-13

dist-map 15-24

expire 17-14

log-settings 28-19

nameservers 15-8

notify-set 17-11

refresh 17-13

retry 17-13

scvg-ignore-restart-interval 28-18

scvg-interval 28-18

scvg-no-refresh-interval 28-18

scvg-refresh-interval 28-18

show 15-8

subzone-forward=no-forward 17-5

syncToDns 15-9

zone-dist command (CLI)

addSecondary 15-24

create 7-22, 15-24

list 7-22

set

master-servers 15-24

sync 15-24

zone distributions

creating 7-22, 15-24

listing 7-22

managing 15-20

master servers, adding 15-24

secondaries, adding 15-24

synchronizing 15-24

zone-regexpr syntax 5-28

zones

address restrictions 5-28

applying update policies 28-16

authoritative name servers 15-7

cached resource records, removing 16-5

caching-only servers 17-7

configuring 10-1, 11-1, 16-1, 17-1

count on server, getting 15-15

defined 14-4

delegated subzone records, editing 15-19

delegated subzones, removing 15-19

delegation-only 17-8

difference from domains 14-4

displaying resource records 16-6

DNS update, enabling 15-20

domains, adding 16-2

dual zone updates 28-22

edits

staged and synchronous modes 15-1

hostmaster 15-7

hosts

adding 10-1, 16-12

removing 10-3

host tables, editing 10-2

importing 15-9

infrastructure 5-25

listing 5-26

loopback, See loopback, zones

names, creating 15-6

point of delegation 14-4

primary server, setting 15-7

resource records

adding 16-2

filtering 16-9

protecting 16-3

removing 16-5

restricting hosts 5-28

reverse, See reverse zones

scavenging 7-3, 28-17

start time, getting 28-19

secondary

expiration time 17-13

refresh time 17-13

retry time 17-13

secondary name servers, adding 15-15

secondary reverse, adding 15-16

serial numbers 15-7

staged edit mode 1-8

subzones, delegating 1-9

synchronous edit mode 1-9

template, adding from 15-8

transfers, See zone transfers

TTL property, setting 17-12

zone distributions, associating 15-24

zone transfers, enabling 15-16

zone-template command (CLI)

apply-to 15-5

create 15-5

clone 15-5

set

dist-map 15-24

zone templates

applying to zones 15-5

creating 15-2

zone distributions, associating 15-24

zone transfers

defined 14-6

enabling 15-16

forcing 7-3, 15-17

forcing all 15-17

zone tree, viewing 5-26