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<h1>Create Macro</h1>

The Create Macro dialog box lets you to define a new macro in the <tt>dhcptab</tt> on the selected DHCP server. <p>
See <a href="dhcp_macros_about.html#using">Using Macros and Options
</a> for more information about defining DHCP macros.<P>


The settings available in the Create Macro dialog box are described below.<p>
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	<td width=105 valign="top"><A NAME="name"><STRONG>Name</STRONG></A></td>
	<td valign="top">Specify the name of the new macro. Remember, the name you choose determines the <A HREF="dhcp_macros_about.html#macrocat">macro category</a>. Macro names can be 
	a maximum of 128 alphanumeric characters.<P>
	
	The important thing to remember when naming your macro is to give 
	it the same name as the resource or device in the category you want 
	to control. For example, to create a Client Class macro for 
	configuring an Ultra-5<small><sup>TM</sup></small> (which has the client class name 
	<tt>SUNW,Ultra5_10</tt>), name your macro <tt>SUNW.Ultra5_10</tt>. 
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	<td width=105 valign="top"><A NAME="option"><STRONG>Option</STRONG></A></td>
	<td valign="top">Specify the names of options and/or macros to include in the macro. The options or macros must
already exist in the <tt>dhcptab</tt>. If the option does not exist, you
can create it using the <A HREF="dhcp_option_create.html">Create Option</A> dialog box.
To browse a list of defined options, right-click in the
Options column. Options are displayed by category and type.
To view the list of standard options, see <A HREF="dhcp_option_tags.html">Standard Options</A>.<P>

To include a nested macro, enter Include in the Option column
and then enter the name of the macro in the Value column.<P>
To specify an option, enter the name of the option in the Option
column, and the value of the option in the Value column. <P></TD>
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	<td width=125 valign="top"><A NAME="order"><STRONG>Move Up/Move Down</STRONG></A></td>
	<td valign="top">Click Move Up or Move Down to change the processing order of
	options and nested macros. The processing order is significant, as options and 
	macros processed last supersede conflicting values in those that are 
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	<td valign="top">Select an option and click Delete to remove it from the macro. </td>
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<strong>Notify DHCP Server of Change:</STRONG> Check the box if 
you want the DHCP server to reload the <tt>dhcptab</tt> after
the changed macro information is written. Normally, you will want 
the server to reload the <tt>dhcptab</tt> so that clients will
start receiving the new configuration data immediately.  
However, in some cases, you may wish to delay this reload.
For example, you may need to modify several macros in order for 
configurations to be correct. <P>

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