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Linux Gazette: DHCP for the Home Network

Dec 26, 1999, 19:41 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by JC Pollman, Bill Mote)

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"Tired of lugging that laptop from the office to home only to find that once you get there you have to boot your M$ operating system, change your network settings to work with your home network, and then ... ah-hem REBOOT?! I was! [Enter DHCP from stage left.] If your office and home environments are configured correctly, DHCP is about to be your new best friend!"

"Disclaimer: This article provides information we have gleamed from reading the books, the HOWTOs, man pages, usenet news groups, and countless hours banging on the keyboard. It is not meant to be an all inclusive exhaustive study on the topic, but rather, a stepping stone from the novice to the intermediate user. All the examples are taken directly from our home networks so we know they work."

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