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4.3 DHCP server behavior

4.3 DHCP server behavior

A DHCP server processes incoming DHCP messages from a client based on the current state of the binding for that client. A DHCP server can receive the following messages from a client:

  • DHCPDISCOVER

  • DHCPREQUEST

  • DHCPDECLINE

  • DHCPRELEASE

  • DHCPINFORM

Table 3 gives the use of the fields and options in a DHCP message by a server. The remainder of this section describes the action of the DHCP server for each possible incoming message.


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