In this chapter, you learned how to configure a DHCP server. As you saw, DHCP offers many options; I discussed only the most useful in this chapter. For a basic DHCP environment where only IP addresses and associated configuration have to be handed out, YaST offers enough to set up the DHCP server. However, if you need more than the basic configuration, it's a better idea to hack the configuration files manually. In the next chapter, you'll read how to configure the Squid proxy server.
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