Configuring DHCP Servers

When you install a new DHCP server, IP configuration options are automatically optimized for the network environment. A separate set of options are provided for IPv4 and IPv6. You don’t normally need to change these settings unless you have performance problems that you need to resolve or you have options that you’d like to add or remove.

Binding a DHCP Server with Multiple Network Interface Cards to a Specific IP Address

A server with multiple NICs has multiple local area network connections and can provide DHCP services on any of these network connections. Unfortunately, you might not want DHCP to be served over all available connections. For example, if the server has both a 100 megabit per second (Mbps) connection and ...

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