DHCP

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DHCP

  1. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. A protocol that computers use to decide on one IP address to use when using dynamic IP addressing, usually drawn from a limited pool of between 4 and 65,000 possible addresses.

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  • Joyce, John. "Those Damn Network Acronyms". Scientific Computing, June 2007, pg. 12.

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