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Updated:June 28, 2017
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This document describes how to bypass the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) requirement when DHCP server is unavailable on MX700/MX800/SX80 that runs CE software.
Contributed by Ramon Hernández López, Cisco TAC Engineer.
When a newly install MX700/MX800/SX80 or after a factory reset to the codec, the device looks for IP settings via DHCP but if the DHCP option is disabled and you try to insert the IP settings manually, the device rejects the settings and shows a message that states DHCP server cannot be found.
From the release notes:
Endpoints always use option 150 in the DHCP request. This is not configurable.