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Which of these options do I need to configure for DHCP in Server 2003?

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All I can see that seems to be needed is option # 006 - DNS Server. Anything else I need to worry about configuring for this DHCP scope? It's a very simple environment. Thanks.
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Router.  And Node type, I believe 46.
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Is the Router setting just the IP address of the default gateway?

Where do I get the correct node type to enter, or will it be obvious from a drop-down lost or something? Thanks!
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I usually set node type to 8 - Hybrid.  Router is the gateway, yes.
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