Clear DHCP Leases
- Release expired DHCP
Leases of an interface (server), such as ethernet1/2, before
the hold timer releases them automatically. Those addresses will
be available in the IP pool again.
admin@PA-200> clear dhcp lease interface ethernet1/2 expired-only
- Release the lease of a particular IP address, for example,
admin@PA-200> clear dhcp lease interface ethernet1/2 ip 192.168.3.1
- Release the lease of a particular MAC address, for example,
admin@PA-200> clear dhcp lease interface ethernet1/2 mac f0:2c:ae:29:71:34
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