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dhcp50 [2019/03/14 14:03]
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dhcp50 [2019/06/06 11:28] (current)
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 ====Main page of the module==== ====Main page of the module====
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 DHCP is the network protocol which allows nodes to obtain IP-address and other necessary network parameters automatically. It allows to avoid manual setup of workstations in the LAN and reduces the mistakes. DHCP is a client-server protocol: to be automatically configured, the workstation-client requests server and get the necessary parameters from it. In the DHCP module you can turn on/off the DHCP-server,​ check its performance,​ and set some parameters. DHCP is the network protocol which allows nodes to obtain IP-address and other necessary network parameters automatically. It allows to avoid manual setup of workstations in the LAN and reduces the mistakes. DHCP is a client-server protocol: to be automatically configured, the workstation-client requests server and get the necessary parameters from it. In the DHCP module you can turn on/off the DHCP-server,​ check its performance,​ and set some parameters.
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 The setup for DHCP is separate for every LAN and is located in the “Providers and networks” module. The setup for DHCP is separate for every LAN and is located in the “Providers and networks” module.
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 ====Settings==== ====Settings====
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 On the “Settings” tab you can set the time servers, DNS and WINS-servers,​ which will be used on the nodes. Apart from that you can set path to TFTP-server here, which is necessary for some configurations (for thin clients, for example), and also the time period for which IP-address will be reserved for the node (lease period). On the “Settings” tab you can set the time servers, DNS and WINS-servers,​ which will be used on the nodes. Apart from that you can set path to TFTP-server here, which is necessary for some configurations (for thin clients, for example), and also the time period for which IP-address will be reserved for the node (lease period).
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 ====Leased addresses==== ====Leased addresses====
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 On the “Addresses” tab you can see all the users which are currently obtaining addresses via DHCP. On the “Addresses” tab you can see all the users which are currently obtaining addresses via DHCP.
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 To give to a user another IP, copy the MAC-address and press “Add” - “DHCP address”. Enter the MAC and set the new IP. The change will be applied when the lease period will be over, or when a user will connect anew. To give to a user another IP, copy the MAC-address and press “Add” - “DHCP address”. Enter the MAC and set the new IP. The change will be applied when the lease period will be over, or when a user will connect anew.
 For IP-addresses set for users, the owner’s names will be shown. If you click on the user name, you will be redirected to his page. For IP-addresses set for users, the owner’s names will be shown. If you click on the user name, you will be redirected to his page.
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 DHCP-server uses the same list of the IP and MAC addresses connections,​ as the ARP table. DHCP-server uses the same list of the IP and MAC addresses connections,​ as the ARP table.
dhcp50.txt · Last modified: 2019/06/06 11:28 by root