• Tony Fortunato

Cisco As A DHCP Server

When I conduct my classes on an isolated network, the first thing we need is a DHCP server.

The other option would be to statically configure an ip address on each device and risk typos and duplicate addresses. DHCP also becomes a huge benefit when working in a lab.

I have configured a few 8 port fanless Cisco switches with DHCP for these exact reasons.

In this video I walk you through how straightforward it is to configure a Cisco router as a dhcp server.


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