DHCP is an auto configuration protocol used on IP networks.

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bind the MAC with IP address?

I have configured a DHCP server on Linux. My goal is to map client IP address with their MAC address in such a way that no "unregistered" client machine gets a response from the DHCP server. That is, ...
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Force dhcp client to get a new lease

I have a linux DHCP server running on my network. I recently found out that I can assign specific IP addresses to clients based on their MAC address by modifying the dhcpd.conf file. Now is there ...
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How do I use dhcpcd in openwrt instead of udhcpc?

I'm trying to determine the reason my router is not syncing up to my ISP, I do suspect snafu on their end so I'm trying to replicate my desktops setup which includes using dhcpcd. Problem is I don't ...
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forwarding DHCP packets

I've got this configuration: WRouter ->(by wifi) Computer1 And I want to add another computer (computer2) connected by cable to computer1. Is it possible then to configure computer1 to forward ...
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how to get IP from DHCP in network in redhat which is installed on VMware

I'm running Red Hat inside a VMware image (on a Windows XP machine). I want to connect the Red Hat VM to our network; do I need to configure something inside VMware or inside Red Hat? I don't have any ...
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How can a Windows based DHCP server update DNS Server on Linux? [closed]

The updates to the zone is protected by the key (similar to: allow-update { key "rndc-key"; }).