DHCP

Troubleshooting DHCP on Windows Workstations: 169.x.x.x

Although DHCP is a highly automated process that requires little from the client side, you should still be familiar with a few techniques to diagnose and correct issues.

About DHCP

A DHCP server is responsible for leasing out IP addresses of a chosen pool to connected clients. This allows administrators to have numerous devices on a network without having to manually chose and set each clients address as well as keep track of each one assigned to avoid conflict. When a workstation reboots, or the lease time is over, a new lease is given sometimes with the same IP if available.Read full article...


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