Installing and Configuring DHCP
Installing the DHCP service involves setting up a server that can assign IP addresses and other network configuration parameters to client devices on a network. DHCP simplifies the process of network configuration by dynamically allocating IP addresses, subnet masks, default gateways, DNS servers, and more to devices as they join the network.
Here's a detailed explanation of how to install the DHCP service on a Windows Server:Note:
The following steps are based on Windows Server operating systems. Other server operating systems may have similar procedures.