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    Syntax

    warning maximumUtilization minimumUtilization

    no warning

    Release Information

    Command introduced before JunosE Release 7.1.0.

    Description

    Sets the minimum and maximum threshold values for DHCP local address pool utilization. A local address pool can be linked to a second local address pool so that when the first pool utilization reaches 100%, the DHCP local server uses the second pool. The utilization of addresses is calculated for all the pools that are in the linked pools and they are collectively considered as an aggregated pool group for generation of SNMP traps. By default, the minimum and maximum threshold for SNMP traps to be triggered are 75 percent and 85 percent, respectively.

    If you issue the snmp-server command, SNMP traps are generated when utilization occurs above or below the specified threshold values. The no version restores the default threshold values for local address pool utilization.

    Options

    • maximumUtilization—Maximum utilization value for the DHCP local address pool
    • minimumUtilization—Minimum utilization value for the DHCP local address pool

    Mode

    DHCP Local Pool Configuration

    Published: 2014-08-20