DHCP automatic IP address assignment
DHCP is a protocol like BOOTP (actually dhcpd includes much of
the functionality of BOOTPD!). It assigns IP addresses to clients
based on lease times. DHCP is used extensively by Microsoft and more
recently also by Apple. It is probably essential in any multi-platform
The current DHCP implementations has limits because it can only
assign IP addresses based on ONE Ethernet interface. Some changes
to the kernel need to be made to enable multiple Ethernet Interface
functionality which I expect will be include in some future 2.1.X Kernel.
Internet Software Consortium
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Server
Beta Release 5
August 29, 1996
This is the fifth Beta release of the Internet Software Consortium
DHCP Server (ISC dhcpd). In this Beta release, support for the core
DHCP and BOOTP protocols are provided. This release currently works
well on Digital Alpha OSF/1, SunOS 4.1.4, NetBSD, FreeBSD and BS
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dhcpd - Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Server
dhcpd [ -p port ] [ -f ] [ -d ] [ -cf config-file ] [ -lf
lease-file ] [ if0 [ ...ifN ] ]
The Internet Software Consortium DHCP Server, dhcpd, imple‐
ments the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) an
dhcpd (0.5.14-3) stable; urgency=high, closes=17427 12293
* Applied patch 1.0.0 -> 1.0.1 from the
Things to do, not in any particular order...
- Perl scripts to convert from other DHCP and BOOTP se
The dhcpd package is available from ftp.fugue.com/pub/DHCP*.
I have modified the linux.cf file exte
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