DHCP, or Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, is a service that can be started on your Net3 Conductor that will dynamically assign IP addresses to devices on your network.
This service will only assign IP addresses to devices that are set to be a DHCP client (essentially a DHCP “listener”). Devices that are statically assigned (that is, where the IP address was manually entered) will not be affected by a DHCP server.
To turn on DHCP:
The Net3 Conductor will now begin dynamically assigning IP addresses to devices on the network.
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