Join Timothy Pintello for an in-depth discussion in this video Installing a DHCP server, part of Deploying and Configuring Core TCP/IP Services.
- Now we've talked about DHCP servers,…let's go ahead and see how we'd configure a server…to serve in the role of a DHCP server.…First off, we need to go to the Server Manager.…Now remember, Server Manager should come up automatically,…but if it doesn't, you can always come down here…to the Start Menu…and click this icon right here and bring it up,…if for whatever reason it did not come up on your machine.…Once you have Server Manager up,…you want to make sure it's in the Dashboard tile,…and then we want to Add Roles and Features.…
We then click Next, and then Next again,…and then finally we make sure that the server we want…to use for DHCP server is there.…And then we click Next again.…You'll notice here under the Roles,…we have a DHCP server role.…Go ahead and click that, add the features,…and then click Next,…and then Next one more time.…And finally Next a third time.…Now, DHCP server is one of those roles…that does not require a restart,…but just in case, we'll come up here…and click the "Restart if one is required",…
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- Differentiate between classful and classless Iv4 addresses.
- Describe the features of an IPv6 address.
- Define self-allocation assignment.
- Recall how to install a DHCP server.
- Explain how to install a DNS server.