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4. Specification of the DHCP client-server protocol Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia
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4. Specification of the DHCP client-server protocol

4. Specification of the DHCP client-server protocol

In this section, we assume that a DHCP server has a block of network addresses from which it can satisfy requests for new addresses. Each server also maintains a database of allocated addresses and leases in local permanent storage.


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