Aug 12, 2010

DHCP Scopes

DHCP Scope is the IP addresses that can be leased to DHCP clients. It also can be configured by an administrator using the DHCP server configuration tools. Typically, an IP address lease within a certain timeframe, known as the DHCP lease, which usually is worth three days. Information on the Scope and DHCP IP addresses that have been leased and then stored in the DHCP database DHCP server. Value of IP addresses that can be leased shall be taken from the DHCP Pool are available which are allocated in the network. Errors that often occur in the DHCP Server configuration is a configuration error in the DHCP Scope.

Source :http://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamic_host_configuration_protocol#DHCP_Scope
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