The DHCP server is one of the really beneficial components when we are speaking for an extensive network. It can significantly reduce the number of errors made when a network administrator has to assign IP addresses manually. Let’s explain a little bit more about it and why it is used!
DHCP server – What does it mean?
The short DHCP server stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol server. It is a server that automates different tasks and network configurations. This server relies on the standard DHCP protocol inside a particular network. Some examples of implementing the DHCP server are assigning Internet Protocol (IP) addresses to various devices, default gateways, subnet masks.