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. What is DHCP?

A. DHCP = Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is an Internet protocol. It


resides in a DHCP server and clients that use the server. Simply put, a DHCP
server supplies Internet Protocol (IP) addresses when requested by client
computers on a TCP/IP network that have TCP/IP configured to obtain their IP
addresses automatically. A DHCP server is configured to use a range of IP
addresses known as its scope. It automatically and dynamically manages the
allocation of IP addresses within its scope. IP addresses are assigned to clients
under a lease arrangement that can be set for to expire after a given time.
More DHCP Questions and Answers.
Does it come with windows 2000 when you install it? No.
Is it part of the Operating System? It depends how you define Operating
System. The client is part of the TCP/IP protocol. A DHCP server may come
with the Operating System software.
When you have a cable MODEM from an ISP is the DHCP sitting at the ISP
site? Yes, one of them is. A DOCSIS (Data Over Cable Service Interface
Specification) cable MODEM also has a DHCP server which supplies a local IP
address that is used to connect to the ISP DHCP server top obtain an IP for the
Internet.
Is DHCP part part of the Windows 2000 Server the operating system? A DHCP
server is included as a service with Windows NT/2000 Server.
Windows 2000, 98 SE/Me, etc. Internet Connection Server (ICS) software
includes a DHCP server.