Panorama using Variables with DHCP server

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Panorama using Variables with DHCP server

Ciao,

I'm using variables in Panorama in order to use one Template for all firewall remote site deployment.

However in the DHCP server configuration I'm able to use variables as primary DNS server  (i'm usign PAN as DNS proxy).

Any Idea?

Thanks

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Re: Panorama using Variables with DHCP server


@IarnoPagliani wrote:

 

However in the DHCP server configuration I'm able to use variables as primary DNS server  (i'm usign PAN as DNS proxy).

Ciao! Did you mean you are NOT able to use template variables in the DNS field of the DHCP server definition? I can use a template variable in the IP Pools field but not in the DNS Server field.

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L1 Bithead

Re: Panorama using Variables with DHCP server

cIao,

yes you are right I'm NOT able to configure.....

Sorry for typing error.....

When I implemented these guest networks in many branch offices, with needed to use a local DNS for each of thme, it could be useful to use the variable even for DNS ip address in DHCP config.

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Re: Panorama using Variables with DHCP server

Which version of Panorama are you using?  9.x expanded the use of variables and appears to have what you are looking for.  Is this what you are looking for?

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Re: Panorama using Variables with DHCP server


@jeremy.larsen wrote:

Which version of Panorama are you using?  9.x expanded the use of variables and appears to have what you are looking for.  Is this what you are looking for?

 


Yes, thank you! I'm using 8.1 and there is no way to use variables in the DNS option of the DHCP server settings.

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