This article will guide you on steps to install and configure the #DHCP #server in the Linux system and assign dynamic and fixed #IP addresses to the clients. It takes just a few simple steps to configure the DHCP server in a #Linux machine. Once you have configured it, it will automatically assign the assigning IP addresses and related information to each machine on the network.
The main DHCP #configuration file is /etc/dhcp/dhcpd. conf. The file is used to store the network configuration information required by DHCP #clients.
To enable DHCP or change other TCP/IP settings:
1. Select Start , then select Settings > #Network & Internet.
2. Do one of the following: For a Wi-Fi network, select Wi-Fi > Manage known networks.
3. Under IP assignment, select Edit.
4. Under Edit IP settings, select Automatic (DHCP) or Manual.
5. When you're done, select Save.