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Definition: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. It’s a network protocol used to configure network devices so that they can communicate on an IP network.

By using DHCP server computers to centrally manage IP addresses and other related configuration parameters, using DHCP client computers to request and accept TCP/IP configuration information from DHCP servers, and using DHCP relay agents to pass information between DHCP clients and servers, the process of configuring TCP/IP DHCP clients is automatic.

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