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Using Mikrotik Router as 3rd party DHCP server

2017/04/24 11:10

This method will show you how to configure CCBoot Server and Mikrotik Router as CCBoot Third Party DHCP Provider.

1.   On the Main interface of CCBoot, click “Options” (Figure 1-1).


Figure 1-1

2. On the “CCBoot Options” dialog box, click “DHCP Settings”tab, and select “Using 3rd Party DHCP” radio button and then click“OK” button. (Figure 1-2).

Select Using 3rd Party DHCP

Figure 1-2

3. After that on the CCBoot server main interface click the“Client Manager” then highlight all client list, right click and then select“Edit Client” (Figure 1-3).


Figure 1-3

4. On the “Client Details” dialog box, put check on “PXE”and select “thirdpartydhcp” selection box, then click “OK” button. (Figure 1-4).

Select thirdpartydhcp

Figure 1-4

5. Now login on your “Mikrotik Router” using “Winbox” (Figure 1-5).

Login Mikrotik account

Figure 1-5

6. Once the “Mikrotik” interface is open, click on “IP” then select “Pool” (Figure 1-6).

Open Pool on IP

Figure 1-6

7. Here on “IP Pool” interface of Mikrotik Winbox, add your CCBoot Client IP Range, as an example, we have added “” (Figure 1-7).

Add DHCP IP range on IP Pool

Figure 1-7

8. After that click again “IP” then select “DHCP Server”(Figure 1-8).

Select DHCP Server on IP

Figure 1-8

9. Once the DHCP Server interface is open, click the “+” button to add DHCP (Figure 1-9).

Add Local DHCP server

Figure 1-9

10. Once the “DHCP Server” is added, click on “Leases” tab,then add all client PC “IP Address and MAC Address (Figure 1-10).

Add all Client IP in DHCP leases

Figure 1-10

11. If all CCBoot client IP Address and MAC Address were added, you can now diskless boot all clients using Mikrotik DHCP.


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