You can configure DHCP inside the vCloud Air to customize your network environment. Here, we look at how to modify the DHCP pool and how to add virtual machines with and without VMware Tools installed.
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4. Click Manage in vCloud Director to access the vCloud Director user interface.
5. To manage the DHCP settings for the default isolated network, click the network name, and then click Configure Services.
6. In the Configure Services window, review the DHCP tab:
7. Click Edit.
8. In the Edit DHCP Pool window, note the following:
9. Click OK to save your changes.
3. Click Cancel to return to the vCloud Director Administration window.
4. To see what IP range is valid, click the routed network name, and then click Properties.
5. In the Network Properties window, click the Network Specification tab, and note the following:
6. Click Cancel to return to the vCloud Director Administration window.
7. To add a DHCP pool, click the routed network name, and then click Configure Services.
8. In the Configure Services window, on the DHCP tab, select Enable DHCP, and then click Add.
9. In the Add DHCP Pool window, enter the IP range, and then click OK.
Alternatively, you can manage and edit DHCP settings from the Gateway. Because only the routed network is connected to the gateway, this method exposes the DHCP settings for routed networks.