[dhcwg] client programs.

"yuan zhang" <hary1125@msn.com> Mon, 28 July 2003 05:32 UTC

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Hi friends,

pls help me to sort out my confusion.

I wish to run my own program in my system and
I wish to try if that program can get a different IP
address( other than my computer) from the DHCP
server. I am reading on DHCP ( rfc 2131 etc) But
i find it difficult to decide if I can get 2 IP addresses
for two programs running at the same computer.
( ie; different IPs to same MAC address).

Is it possible ?? if so .. can u give me some helpful
resources/contacts/ links on it?

Regards and Thanks

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