Xp clients not updating dns via dhcp
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Many Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) networks use Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) servers that are administratively set up to allocate TCP/IP configuration information to clients on the network.
DHCP is a TCP/IP standard that reduces the complexity and administrative overhead of managing network client IPv4 / IPv6 addresses and other configuration parameters.
DEBUG_PROTOCOL 0430.0910::10/14/2008-.184 (Send Dhcp Message:dhcpmsg_c268)Sent message to 255.255.255.255: DEBUG_PROTOCOL 0430.0910::10/14/2008-.184 (Obtain Initial Parameters:protocol_c2204)Sent Dhcp Discover Message.
DEBUG_TRACE 0430.0910::10/14/2008-.943 (Obtain Initial Parameters:protocol_c2212)Waiting : 5 seconds DEBUG_PROTOCOL 0430.0910::10/14/2008-.304 (Obtain Initial Parameters:protocol_c2222)Dhcp offer receive Timeout.
However, in situations where a DHCP Server fails or is not available, client behavior needs to be understood for efficient use.