What you would learn in DHCP Server Configuration Course?
A DHCP Server network server automatically assigns IP addresses, default gateways, and other parameters to client devices. To respond to clients' broadcast queries, it uses Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (or DHCP).
A DHCP server sends required network parameters to clients so they can communicate properly on the network. Network administrators must set up each client joining the network manually. This can be not easy, especially when there are large networks. DHCP servers assign each client a unique dynamic IP address. This address changes whenever the lease expires for that client.
How to use a router/switch for your DHCP Server Many enterprise companies still use DHCP IPv4 on their routers/switches. This is usually done by network administrators who need to run a DHCP capability quickly but don't have access to a DHCP server. The following DHCP server support is available on most routers/switches:
A DHCP client can obtain an interface IPv4 address through an upstream DHCP provider
A DHCP relay to forward UDP DHCP messages from clients on a LAN from and to a DHCP server
A DHCP server that allows the router/switch to respond directly to DHCP requests. There are some limitations when using a router/switch to serve as a DHCP server.
A router/switch can run a DHCP server. This consumes network resources. These DHCP packets can be handled in software, not hardware accelerated forwarding. This practice is not recommended for networks with more than 150 DHCP clients.
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