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No. 1484 Re: Send hostname for DHCP request on CSE-M53N 2017-04-27

Hello Yannick,

We made a custom firmware of CSE-M53N which supports the feature you required.

You can download the firmware here. http://webhard.eztcp.com/khanh/CSE-M53N_R21A_04_DHCP_OPT12.BIN

To set the device ‘hostname’ which is included in DHCP packet, you need to set the following parameters via ezManager software (ezManager -> Option -> Notify Ipv4 change):
- protocol: UDP
- port: 67:
- Host name: yourhostname

You can refer to the attached image.

I hope the above is useful to you.
Please feel free to contact me if you need any further information.

Thank you,
Best regards

> Yannick BACHELET wrote:
> ------------------------------------
> To be accepted, our product must follow our customer’s corporate requirements.
> One of those is to send a device ‘hostname’ in DHCP requests, so that the DHCP server can inform the corporate DNS of a new device on the network and be recognized on the network.
>
> Example :
> Our product with serial 1234 and MAC address a.b.c.d.e.f is configured with a host name i.e.: device1234
> When the DHCP server register the device MAC a.b.c.d.e.f, it updates the DNS server with the received hostname
> If the DNS server manages names for the site ‘site’ or the company ‘acme’, our new device will be reachable in the network with the name ‘device1234.site.acme.com’
>
> Is it possible to configure the CSE-M53N to make this feature?

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