"DHCP is a network protocol that lets a workstation on a LAN
request an IP address upon bootup, and it relieves the system
administrator from the task of tracking and administering indvidual
fixed IPs for each computer on the network. In many cases, it
also lets more than 253 computers be connected to each LAN, as many
of them -- the laptops, for example -- will probably not all be
connected at the same time."
"The LRP configurator accepts add-on packages (".lrp" files)
that are automatically added to the menu system. I have selected a
DHCP package that is only about 35K in size. It does not contain
the client DHCP code, but only the server code needed for the
Windows workstations on your LAN to connect to the LRP gateway. The
client DHCP arbitration needed for PPP access to your ISP is
already included in your "dialout.lpr" package."
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