Resilient DHCP with
High Availability

The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a network protocol by which IP Addresses get automatically assigned to a network. By deploying DHCP across the campus and branch networks, a desktop or a VoIP (Voice over IP) administrator need not set up each device. When a laptop, desktop, printer, or phone connects to the network, it automatically obtains an IP address. The DHCP infrastructure, managed by the TCPWave DDI controller, is responsible for getting the broadcast requests from all the devices that need an IP address. The TCPWave DDI controller can manage the TCPWave DHCP remotes and the Microsoft DHCP remotes.

TCPWave DHCP solution is designed to streamline the management of IP addresses across large networks. This solution is a central management tool that enables businesses to assign IP addresses dynamically and in a controlled manner. TCPWave DHCP solution offers a wide range of features that help businesses manage their network infrastructure, reduce downtime, and improve overall efficiency. With TCPWave DHCP, administrators can manage all DHCP-related functions from a single console, making it easier to maintain the network infrastructure. The central management capability of TCPWave DHCP also enables administrators to make changes to the network configuration and quickly deploy those changes across the entire network. TCPWave's DHCP solution also provides robust security features to prevent DHCP spoofing, a commonly exploited attack vector by cybercriminals. The solution incorporates multiple security measures, verifying MAC addresses, and detecting IP address conflicts to ensure optimal protection against these attacks.

TCPWave DHCP solution offers a range of business advantages that can help organizations improve their network infrastructure management. With advanced network reporting and analytics capabilities, administrators can access real-time information about the network, including the number of IP addresses in use, available IP addresses, and network utilization rates. This information can enable administrators to make data-driven decisions about network capacity planning, resulting in improved network efficiency. TCPWave DHCP also supports both IPv4 and IPv6 networks, providing organizations with flexibility in their network design. With granular role-based access control via TCPWave identity Administration, organizations can ensure that only authorized personnel have access to critical DHCP infrastructure, increasing security and reducing the risk of unauthorized access. Overall, TCPWave DHCP solution provides streamlined and effective DHCP infrastructure management, enabling organizations to optimize network performance, reduce costs, and enhance security.

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DHCP Whitepapers

Numerous DHCP-related documents are available on the Resources page, including the following :
TCPWave DDI - DHCP IPv4 Reports

Learn how to utilize the DDI platform with a rigorous reporting framework. With TCPWave's reporting framework, you can proactively address the risks that impact the organization.

TCPWave DDI - IPv6 DNS & DHCP Reports

The reporting framework is one of the most essential product for any organization. Learn more about TCPWave's Reporting Framework.

Managing Microsoft DNS and DHCP Services

The DNS and DHCP services are two essential and mission-critical services for any enterprise as they are the basis of network connectivity and various applications.