This chapter explains why you need a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server and a domain name system (DNS) server. You’ll also learn how to configure DHCP services on Mac OS X Server to provide address, lease and renewal, and directory information. You will then change settings on the client computer to access Internet Protocol (IP) information via DHCP.
Using Network Services in Mac OS X Server
2005-11-07 macOS 2 Comments
This is a little offtopic but the X logo on the OS X articles is out of date. The X is set in the typeface Garamond and is in aqua, the new logo is titanium and is set in the typeface Myriad Pro.