By Ralph Droms Ph.D., Ted Lemon
The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) presents how to automate and deal with the community configurations of units that use the TCP/IP protocol suite. with out DHCP, community directors needs to manually input in IP addresses for every laptop and community machine after which manually switch that tackle whenever the gadget is moved to another a part of the community. The DHCP instruction manual, moment variation is an entire reference for figuring out DHCP, deploying and handling DHCP providers, and debugging issues of DHCP consumers and servers. Chapters dedicated to failover, authentication, home windows 2000, DHCPv6, and DHCP/DNS interplay replicate the new updates to the normal and matters which are so much pertinent to community planners and directors. during the publication, the authors are cautious to stability conceptual discussions of DHCP with particular implementation examples and sensible recommendation.
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Why would desktop1 send back a request for the address and parameters that dhcpserve returned in the first offer? The extra message exchange makes it possible to have more than one DHCP server serving a network. Each server receives the DHCP client’s initial message and sends a response. The DHCP client chooses one of these responses. Each server whose response is not chosen reclaims the IP address it offered. ” Restarting desktop1 When desktop1 is restarted (for example, when it is first turned on in the morning), it retrieves the IP address and configuration parameters it previously received from dhcpserve and attempts to reconfirm the configuration.
3 desktop1 and dhcpserve connected to the GSI network. Using the DHCP Server to Obtain a New IP Address When desktop1 is first connected to the GSI network, it needs to contact the DHCP server to obtain an IP address and other configuration parameters. To locate a server, desktop1 broadcasts a message to locate potential DHCP servers on the GSI network. 21 22 CHAPTER 2 An Example of DHCP in Operation Then, dhcpserve receives this broadcast and replies to desktop1, identifying itself to desktop1 as a DHCP server.
As a consultant in network architecture and infrastructure design, Ralph has worked with large and small companies on a variety of TCP/IP issues, including network architecture, server strategies and configurations, and the use of DHCP, DNS, and other technologies in network management. Ralph served as co-director of the computer center at Bucknell, where he supervised the design and implementation of the campuswide multiprotocol network. Ralph lives with his wife and two daughters in Westford, Massachusetts.