Solaris DHCP Administration Guide

How to Unconfigure a DHCP Server or BOOTP Relay Agent (DHCP Manager)

  1. Become superuser.

  2. Type the following command:

    #/usr/sadm/admin/bin/dhcpmgr &
  3. From the Service menu, choose Unconfigure.

    The Unconfigure Service dialog box is displayed. If the server is a BOOTP relay agent, the dialog box enables you to confirm your intention to unconfigure the relay agent. If the server is a DHCP server, you must decide what to do with the DHCP data and make selections in the dialog box. See Figure 3–4.

  4. (Optional) Select options to remove data.

    If the server uses shared data (through NIS+ or files shared through NFS), do not select any options to remove the data. If the server does not use shared data, select one or both options to remove the data.

    See DHCP Data on an Unconfigured Server for more information about removing data.

  5. Click OK to confirm.