A server is rarely ready to perform all the tasks you have planned for it immediately after installation. Typically, some postinstallation configuration is required, and further configuration changes might become necessary after the server is in service.
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DHCP is a service that automatically configures the IP address and other TCP/IP settings on network computers by assigning addresses ...Read More
DHCP servers operate independently, so you must install the service and configure scopes on every computer that will function as ...Read More
Because they rely on broadcast transmissions, DHCPv4 clients can access DHCP servers only on the local network, under normal circumstances ...Read More