[dhcwg] About DHCP!

"Zhao Dewen (FV/SLM)" <Dewen.Zhao@de.bosch.com> Tue, 04 May 2004 15:08 UTC

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Dear Sir,
I'm  student in the university Duisburg-Essen in Germany.Now I have a task to develop and implement an automatic Set-Up-Mechanism for Plug-and-Play IP Cameras.With this mechanism,the camera by connection with IP-Network can automatic register on the Sever- and Monitoring-System, transfer the main parameters of the camera and create a data-connection.I'm new in this field.I don't know whether this task concerns the DHCP.So could you give me any informations or methods about it?

Thank you very much!


Dewen Zhao