Setting Baselines for DHCP Statistics

You can use the baseline dhcp commands to set statistics baselines for DHCP operations. The router implements the baseline by reading and storing the statistics at the time the baseline is set and then subtracting this baseline when you retrieve baseline-relative statistics.

Use the delta keyword with the show dhcp commands to display baselined statistics.

Tasks to set a baseline for DHCP statistics are:

  1. Setting a Baseline for DHCP Relay and Relay Proxy
  2. Setting a Baseline for DHCP Proxy Server Statistics
  3. Setting a Baseline for DHCP External Server Statistics
  4. Setting a Baseline for DHCP Local Server Statistics

Setting a Baseline for DHCP Relay and Relay Proxy

To set a statistics baseline for DHCP relay and DHCP relay proxy:

There is no no version.

Setting a Baseline for DHCP Proxy Server Statistics

To set a baseline for DHCP proxy server statistics.

There is no no version.

Setting a Baseline for DHCP External Server Statistics

To set a baseline for DHCP external server statistics.

There is no no version.

Setting a Baseline for DHCP Local Server Statistics

To set a baseline for DHCP local server statistics:

There is no no version.

To set a baseline for DHCP local server statistics for a specific ATM, Fast Ethernet, or Gigabit Ethernet interface:

To set a baseline for DHCPv6 local server statistics: