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post Jun 29 2007, 04:45 PM
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i know in the faq it kind of tells you what you need to do, ie:

Q: Does the DHCP server manages other options ?
A: Yes. You have to edit either the registry or the Ini file and change the AddOptionNumber<N> and AddOptionValue<N>. The values are string values unless they begin whith 0x followed by a hexadecimal value. Note that the special string '$IP$' will be replaced by the assigned IP address.

but what i want to know is, how exactly is it supposed to be done in the .ini file ie:

is it like this:

AddOptionNumber<43> AddOptionValue<"">



or something else?
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