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Setting up a DHCP server on SuSE Linux

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Hi All,

I wonder if you can help ?


I am a new Linux user and would like some pointers on where to find out some info about a DHCP server for Linux.


Thanks.


Rory.
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Try to use search engine and type DHCP. There is lot on it .

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Hi,

I use ISC dhcpd. Works great. You can get info about it from the HOWTO:

http://www.linuxhq.com/HOWTO/mini/DHCP-4.html

Alex.
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