The Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server is free, open-source, and easy to install. Both enterprises and small networks have used ISC DHCP in production for many years.
In this guide, I’ll demonstrate how to locate your current DHCP server and then install and set up an ISC DHCP server. We’ll then move on to gaining control of your new DHCP server, best practices, monitoring the logs, and setting up static address reservations.
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