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DHCP for Windows 2000 by Neall Alcott

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Appendix A. DHCP Options

Pad (0)

Specifies that the following data fields will be aligned on a word (16-bit) boundary.

Time (2)

Specifies the Universal Time Coordinated (UTC) Offset in seconds.

Time Server (4)

Specifies a list of timeservers for the client in order of preference.

Name Servers (5)

Specifies a list of name servers for the client in order of preference.

Log Servers (7)

Specifies a list, in order of preference, of MIT_LCS User Datagram Protocol (UDP) log servers for the client.

Cookie Servers (8)

Specifies a list, in order of preference, of cookie servers (as specified in RFC865) for the client.

LPR Servers (9)

Specifies a list, in order of preference, for Line Printer Remote (as specified in RFC1179) servers for the clients.

Impress Servers (10)

Specifies a list of Imagen Impress servers for the client in order of preference.

Resource Location Servers (11)

Specifies a list, in order of preference, of RFC887-compliant Resource Location Servers for the client.

Hostname (12)

Specifies the hostname (maximum of 63 characters) for the client. NOTE: The name must start with an alphabetic character, end with an alphanumeric character, and contain only letters, numbers, or hyphens. The name can be fully qualified with the local DNS domain name.

Boot File Size (13)

Specifies the default size of the boot image file in 512-octet blocks.

Merit Dump File (14)

Specifies the ASCII path of a file in which the client’s core dump can be stored in case of an application or system crash.

Swap Server (16)

Specifies ...

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