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System Administration Guide: IP Services
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Solaris DHCP Client

The term “client” is sometimes used to refer to a physical machine that is performing a client role on the network. However, the DHCP client described in this document is a software entity. The Solaris DHCP client is a daemon (dhcpagent) that runs in the Solaris OS on a system that is configured to receive its network configuration from a DHCP server. DHCP clients from other vendors can also use the services of the Solaris DHCP server. However, this document describes only the Solaris DHCP client.

See Chapter 16, Configuring and Administering DHCP Clients for detailed information about the Solaris DHCP client.

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