Prime Cable Provisioning, by default, binds to the IP addresses
and ports that are described in the following table.
Table 1 Lease Query Address for
wildcard is a special local IP address. It usually means "any” and can only be
used for bind operations.
If port 547 and port 67 are
available on the RDU, you need not perform any special configuration to send
lease query requests. If while installing the RDU, the installation program
detects that either of these ports is being used by another process, it
recommends that you use the dynamic ports that the operating system selects.
DHCPv4/DHCPv6 lease query port(s) (Udp/67 and Udp/547) is in use.
Configuring the RDU to use a dynamic port for DHCPv4/DHCPv6 lease query.
The installation program
automatically enables selection of dynamic ports by setting zero values to the
following properties in the
You can also configure the IP
address and port of your choice for lease query communication using the same
properties. For example:
Using these properties, the
RDU binds to the IP address and the port that you specify.
When you manually change
properties in the
remember to restart the RDU. Use the
/etc/init.d/bprAgent restart rdu command.
The names of the below
properties, earlier prefixed with
/cnrQuery in the release
5.0 have been changed to start with
/dhcpLeaseQuery from the
/dhcpLeaseQuery/timeout (default: 500)
-> /dhcpLeaseQuery/requireAllAnswers (default: false)