IP addresses on DHCP client

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Can I use static IP addresses if my DHCP client isn't properly working? What resolution should I use? Is there anything I would extract if there is more files is missing?

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IP addresses on DHCP client

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Dear Robert

 

A DHCP is a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, which assigns an IP address to a computer on boot. DHCP already has a huge list of IP addresses. When DHCP boots a request is submitted to the Local Area Network for the DHCP for assignment of an IP address. The server responds to the request with an IP address from this scope with a lease time. The client has to accept this IP address from the server and the requested interface will be configured with that IP address. As in case of a Static IP address the IP address is fixed that can only be changed manually when instructed to do so. It used when an administrator wants the IP information to be the same throughout. When using Static IP addresses it already understood by the other machines that you can be contacted on the same IP address always. 

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