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Using Mikrotik as 3rd party DHCP server

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

  1. Navigate to "Boot," then select "DHCP." Click on "Edit" (Figure 1).

Figure 1

  1. On the “DHCP Settings” select “Using 3rd Party DHCP” radio button and then click “OK”.(Figure 2).

Figure 2

  1. Now login on your “Mikrotik Router” using “Winbox” (Figure 3).

Figure 3

  1. Once the “Mikrotik” interface is open, click on “IP” then select “Pool” (Figure 4).

Figure 4

  1. Here on “IP Pool” interface of Mikrotik Winbox, add your CCBoot Client IP Range, as an example, we have added “” (Figure 5).

Figure 5

  1. After that click again “IP” then select “DHCP Server”(Figure 6).

Figure 6

  1. Once the DHCP Server interface is open, click the “+” button to add DHCP (Figure7).

Figure 7

  1. Once the “DHCP Server” is added, click on “Leases” tab,then add all client PC “IP Address and MAC Address (Figure 8).

Figure 8

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