Suppose you have a need to setup a DHCP server, you can use Ubuntu for that purpose.
You will need an extra Network Interface Card (NIC) on the Ubuntu computer.
As of this writting, you should install dhcp3-server, via the command "sudo apt-get install dhcp3-server".
Once that is installed, you will need to edit the following file: /etc/dhcp3/dhcpd.conf. Add the following to tell the server to issue IP Addresses on the particular subnet.
You will need to edit the following file: /etc/default/dhcp3-server. Add the following to tell the DHCP server the interfaces you wish it to be active on.
Great, now you can plug in other devices and connect to your DHCP server.
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