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  1. That's always a good idea.

  2. system says:

    How i can configure a fast-Ethernet interface to act as a DHCP client? and, is there any configuration we need to do apart from the configuration you have shown in DHCP server for that?

  3. Hi Rohan,

    You can configure a FastEthernet interface to use DHCP client by using the "ip address dhcp" command under the interface.

    That's it...

    Rene

  4. Hi Rene

    How about reserving certain IP addresses and having the Dhcp allocate them automatically to specific hosts on the LAN

    Thanks

    Andrew

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