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Debian GNU/Linux Reference Guide
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10.5 Configurare le interfacce di rete con DHCP

La configurazione a basso livello delle inetrfacce pu� essere automatizzata mediante il Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). Il vostro firewall, o router o il vostro ISP a larga banda possono fornire gli indirizzi IP ed altri parametri in questo modo.

Per falro funzionare dovete installare uno dei seguenti pacchetti:

  • dhcp3-client (versione 3, Internet Software Consortium)

  • dhcpcd (Yoichi Hariguchi e Sergei Viznyuk)

  • pump (Red Hat)

pump � semplice e largamente usato. dhcp3-client � complesso, ma ampiamente configurabile. [ 59]


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