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DHCP is a protocol used for assigning dynamic IP addresses to devices on a network. By using dynamic addressing, a device can have a different IP address every time it connects to the network. They can use network services like DNS, NTP, as well as any communication protocol based on UDP or TCP.What does the term DHCP stand for?
DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. At the most basic level, it dynamically assigns IP addresses to devices connected to your network. DHCP is essentially a protocol, i.e., it is a set of rules and instructions on how devices on a network will communicate.What is DHCP and what is its port number?
DHCP port number for server is 67 and for the client is 68. It is a Client server protocol which uses UDP services. IP address is assigned from a pool of addresses. In DHCP, the client and the server exchange mainly 4 DHCP messages in order to make a connection, also called DORA process, but there are 8 DHCP messages in the process.