A Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server is a device or system which controls DHCP. It assigns IP addresses to client computers that connect to it in order for those clients to become part of the network. The DHCP server considerably reduces configuration efforts because an administrator does not have to manually assign each computer with IP addresses and other IP-related settings.
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