How to Install a DHCP Server in CentOS, RHEL and Fedora

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Aaron Kili

Aaron Kili is a Linux and F.O.S.S enthusiast, an upcoming Linux SysAdmin, web developer, and currently a content creator for TecMint who loves working with computers and strongly believes in sharing knowledge.

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4 Responses

  1. Iulian Murgulet says:

    hello Aaron,

    Thanks for your kindly words. If you want to touch any of this topics, send me a mail, and I could show some triks. I would like to wrote such kind of tutorials, but my time is very limited and the most important, my English is very bad.

    You know, nobody is perfect (my case only) ;)

  2. Iulian Murgulet says:

    Hello to all

    This tutorial it is good for a basic dhcp server. Maybe few ideas for your next post about dhcp:

    dhcp is very complicated and has a lot of options, some of unusually dhcpd usage but very useful:

    • can add on the clients static routes
    • can setup/redirect clients so they can use a proxy server
    • can have some kind of cluster (active-active)
    • can add for each client the proper dns records (revers and forward)
    • can push to clients many useful info (like netbios server, wins, ntp or even custom info)

    And because dhcp use udp, you need a decent network.

    And not last, in some situations, dhcp-relay could be very useful.

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