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This chapter explains how to configure and manage IPv4 DHCP data. It contains the following sections:


Configuring DHCP for IPv4

To configure DHCP service for an IPv4 network and the resources in the network, perform the following tasks:

  1. Create a network and assign it to Grid members or Microsoft DHCP servers, or an interface on an external discovered device. For information, see Adding IPv4 Networks and Modifying IPv4 Networks.
  2. Configure DHCP properties for the network. You can override properties set at the Grid or member level and enter unique values for the network. For information, see Configuring General IPv4 DHCP Properties and Configuring DHCP IPv4 and IPv6 Common Properties.
  3. Optionally, assign zones to a network. For information, see Associating Networks with Zones.
  4. Add a DHCP range to the network and assign it to a member, a failover association, or a Microsoft DHCP server. For information, see Adding IPv4 Address Ranges and Modifying IPv4 Address Ranges.
  5. Optionally, add exclusions to the DHCP range for addresses that are not used for dynamic allocation. For information, see Configuring IPv4 Fixed Addresses.
  6. Optionally, configure DHCP properties for the address range. You can override properties set at an upper level and enter unique values for the address range. For information, see Modifying IPv4 Address Ranges.
  7. Optionally, define filters for precise address assignments and apply them to the DHCP range. For information, see About IPv4 DHCP Filters.
  8. Optionally, add fixed addresses and reservations to the network and configure DHCP properties for them. For information, see Configuring IPv4 Fixed Addresses and Configuring IPv4 Reservations.


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