Installing a DHCP server
This recipe will show you how to set up your own DHCP server on CentOS. DHCP is used to assign IP addresses and other network configuration details on demand to a client. While a system configured with a static IP address will already know all the necessary networking details, a system configured to use DHCP broadcasts a request on the network and waits to receive a response from the DHCP server.
This recipe requires a CentOS system with a working network connection. You'll also need administrative privileges provided by logging in with the
Only one DHCP server should be running on the network to prevent clients from receiving conflicting responses that can result in network instability. Many ...