[dhcwg] dhcp question

"Bimal Shah" <bimal@ontash.com> Wed, 23 January 2002 22:20 UTC

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hi:

well i had one question. if i install DHCP server in my existing network which is already assinged with diff. IP addresses then when i add more device into network then what happens. 

will the DHCP server assing the IP other then which are already in the network. Will all the previous network work as usual.

Thanks
bimal