UseDHCPForAddressAssignment Property of the IFPCVpnConfiguration Interface

The UseDHCPForAddressAssignment property gets or sets a Boolean value that indicates whether DHCP is used for assigning IP addresses to VPN clients and remote VPN servers. For more information about DHCP, see the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol SDK documentation.

[C++]
HRESULT put_UseDHCPForAddressAssignment(
	VARIANT_BOOL fUseDHCPForAddress
);
HRESULT get_UseDHCPForAddressAssignment(
	VARIANT_BOOL* pfUseDHCPForAddress
);

Parameters

pfUseDHCPForAddress

Pointer to a Boolean variable that is set on return to VARIANT_TRUE if DHCP is used for assigning IP addresses to VPN clients and remote VPN servers, or to VARIANT_FALSE if the static address pool is used for assigning IP addresses to VPN clients and remote VPN servers.

fUseDHCPForAddress

Boolean value that indicates whether DHCP is used for assigning IP addresses to VPN clients and remote VPN servers.

Return Value

These property methods return S_OK if the call is successful; otherwise, they return an error code.

[Visual Basic]
Property UseDHCPForAddressAssignment As Boolean

Property Value

Boolean value that indicates whether DHCP is used for assigning IP addresses to VPN clients and remote VPN servers.

Remarks

This property is read/write. Its default value is False (VARIANT_FALSE in C++), which indicates that the static address pool is used for assigning IP addresses to VPN clients and remote VPN servers.

Setting this property to True (VARIANT_TRUE in C++) is not supported in a multiple-server array. In a multple-server array,IP addresses can be assigned to VPN clients and remote VPN servers only from a static address pool.

Requirements

Client Requires Windows Vista or Windows XP.
Server Requires Windows Server 2008.
Version Requires Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG).
IDL

Declared in Msfpccom.idl.

DLL

Requires Msfpccom.dll.

See Also

FPCVpnConfiguration


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