The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is used to assign IP addresses and numerous other configuration parameters to networked computers from a centrally-managed computer. There are numerous benefits over manually assigning these parameters.
This course will teach you how to install, configure, and maintain a DHCP server. This course will focus on the ISC server that's popular on Linux and Unix systems but the concepts apply to any DHCP server.
You should have a basic understanding of computers, computer networking, and IP addressing. ALC's IP, Subnetting, and CIDR course or the equivalent experience is needed. You do not need to have detailed knowledge of DHCP.
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