The dhclient configuration file
dhclient.conf file contains various configuration options that control how the DHCP client interacts with the DHCP server. Some of the common configuration options that can be set in the
dhclient.conf file are as follows:
- Timeout values: The
dhclient.conffile allows you to set the timeout values for various DHCP requests. You can set the timeout values for
- Lease time: You can set the length of time that the DHCP client can use an assigned IP address.
- DNS servers: The
dhclient.conffile allows you to specify the DNS servers that the DHCP client should use.
- Hostname: You can set the hostname that the DHCP client should use when requesting an IP address.
- Client identifier: You can specify the client...