DHCP Engineer

DHCP Server on Windows Server

What is a DHCP Server?
A DHCP server (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)  is a server that automatically assigns IP addresses to computers and other devices on the network. Without a DHCP server, each device on the network would need to be manually configured with an IP address.

Why is a DHCP server needed?
Every device on the network needs an IP address to access network resources such as the internet, applications and even making phone calls. With a DHCP server this entire process is automated and can be managed from a centralized server. When mobile devices move from one office to another it may require a new IP address. DHCP handles this automatically providing a new IP addresses when the device moves to another location. Without a DHCP server there would be an overwhelming amount of manual configuration assigning IP addresses to devices on the network. 

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