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Lesson 3 Introduction to  Introduction to  Networking Concepts Networking Concepts Lesson 3
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Skills Matrix Skills Matrix Technology Skill Objective Domain Objective # Configuring the DHCP Server  Role Configure Dynamic Host  Configuration Protocol  (DHCP) 1.2
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Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol  Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol  (DHCP) (DHCP) Each host must have an Internet Protocol (IP)  address and a subnet mask, and if  communicating outside the local subnet, each  must also have a default gateway.  Each IP address must be valid and unique within  the host’s internetwork.  Manually managing IP addresses is a complex  tedious task.  The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol  (DHCP) simplifies this process by automating  the assigning, tracking, and reassigning of IP  addresses.
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Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol  Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol  (DHCP) (DHCP) DHCP is based heavily on BOOTP. DHCP can dynamically allocate an IP  address from a pool of addresses and  then reclaim it when it is no longer  needed.  Because this process is dynamic, no  duplicate addresses are assigned by a  properly configured DHCP server, and  administrators can move computers  between subnets without manually  configuring them. 
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Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol  Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol  (DHCP) (DHCP) Each Microsoft Windows Server 2008  edition (the Standard Edition, Enterprise  Edition, and Datacenter Edition) include  the DHCP Server service. DHCP is an optional installation.  All Microsoft Windows clients  automatically install the DHCP Client  service as part of TCP/IP, including  Windows Server 2008, Windows Server  2008, Microsoft Windows Vista, and  Microsoft Windows XP.
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Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol  Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol  (DHCP) (DHCP) Four Key benefits to DHCP: Centralized administration of IP  configuration. Dynamic host configuration. Seamless IP host configuration. Flexibility and scalability.
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DHCP Terminology DHCP Terminology DHCP client  A computer that obtains its  configuration information from DHCP. DHCP server  A computer that provides  DHCP configuration information to multiple  clients. The IP addresses and configuration  information that the DHCP server makes  available to the client are defined by the  DHCP administrator.
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DHCP Terminology DHCP Terminology DHCP lease  This defines the duration for  which a DHCP server assigns an IP  address to a DHCP client.  The lease duration can be any amount of 
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