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DHCP Classification Conditions

 

DHCP classification conditions define match criteria that are used to find the DHCP profile. Use the fields in this section to define DHCP classification conditions.

authVirtualRouterName

  • Name of JunosE virtual router that is set by an authorization plug-in through the authorization response.

  • Value—Name of the virtual router in the format vrname@hostname

dhcp

dhcpProfileDN

  • Search base for DHCP profiles. The DN can be used in target expressions.

  • Value—DN of DHCP profile

interfaceName

  • Name of the interface where the DHCP discover message was received.

  • Value—Name of the interface in your router CLI syntax

  • Example—interfaceName=fastEthernet6/0

ifAlias

  • Description of the interface where the DHCP discover request was received.

  • Value—Interface description that is configured on the router. For JunosE routers, it is the description configured with the interface description command

  • Example—ifAlias=“dhcp-subscriber12”

ifDesc

  • Alternate name for the interface where the DHCP discover request was received. This is a system-generated name that is used by SNMP.

  • Value

    • On a JunosE router, the format of the description is:

    • On the device running Junos OS, ifDesc is the same as interfaceName.

macAddress

  • MAC address of the DHCP client that appears in DHCP request.

  • Value—Valid MAC address

  • Example—macAddress=“00:11:22:33:44:55”

nasPortId

  • Port identifier of an interface.

  • Value—Includes interface name and additional layer 2 information

  • Example—nasPortId=“fastEthernet 3/1” (There is a space between fastEthernet and slot number 3/1 in the nasPortId.)

poolName

  • IP address pool name that is set by an authorization plug-in through the authorization response.

  • Value—Name of an address pool configured on the JunosE router

virtualRouterName

  • Name of the virtual router.

  • Value—Name of the virtual router in the format vrname@hostname