DHCP Services

Tags DHCP

The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a network protocol used to assign IP addresses and provide configuration information to devices such as servers, desktops, or mobile devices, so they can communicate on a network using the Internet Protocol (IP). All IP addresses are dynamically allocated by our DHCP servers on both wireless and wired networks. If you believe that your computer requires a static IP address on the wired network, please submit your request by opening a ticket. Once your request is approved, we will create a reservation in our DHCP server that will be tied to your device's MAC address to ensure that it always receives the same IP address when its DHCP lease is renewed.

For more information on static vs. dynamic IP addresses, please see Related Articles section on the right.

Requesting Assistance

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To request assistance with DHCP related issues listed below, please click on the Open Ticket button on the right. This will bring up a form that you will need to fill-out and submit to open a support ticket with the I.T. Service Desk. You will receive a confirmation e-mail with the ticket reference number and additional instructions.

  • Request IP address reservation for your device
  • Report an issue