Definitions for "Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol"
A method of automatically assigning a TCP/IP address to a client. A DHCP server is used to dole out a TCP/IP address from a pool of TCP/IP addresses to...
DHCP is a client-server protocol that is used for client computers (workstations) to request their IP configuration information from a central server.
is the underlying protocol for network administration giving the network manager complete control over the distribution of configuration information.