Using both static addresses and DHCP
When you set up your home network an important choice has to be made. Are you going to use dynamic or static addressing? In other words, are you going to assign IP addresses to your computers manually, or will you ask your router to assign them for you dynamically through the use of DHCP? Sometimes, the best is to use both. In this article we'll see what advantages DHCP and static addressing can give us compared to each other and we'll learn how to use both in our home network.
(Submitted by Linux Mint Wed Aug 9, 2006 )
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