Match classes in Address Manager (also known as classes in ISC DHCP and as user and vendor classes in Microsoft DHCP) allow you to restrict address allocation and assign options to clients that match specified criteria. This is not applicable to Managed Windows Servers.
For example, using a match class, you could assign a specific DHCP lease length to clients that match a MAC address pattern or clients that are configured to send a specific identifier. A DHCP client becomes a member of a class when it matches the specified criteria.
- Match Hardware
- Match DHCP Client Identifier
- Match DHCP Vendor Identifier
- Match Agent Circuit Identifier
- Match Agent Remote Identifier
- Custom Match
- Custom Match If
- Match Offset—refers to the point where the match should begin.
- Match Length—refers to the number of characters to match.