DHCP is one of the core protocols that makes the network "just work". This course will delve into the specifics of the protocol including configuration, vendor-specific options and extensions, and troubleshooting the network when things go wrong.
Are you responsible for maintaining your company's network and wonder exactly how the DHCP protocol helps with that? Then this course, Protocol Deep Dive: DHCP,
is the course for you! First, you will learn the specifics of exactly how the DHCPv4 and DHCPv6 protocols work, all the way down to the packet level.
Next, you will learn how to properly configure a DHCP server on Windows Server and Cisco platforms. Finally, you will learn the methodology
behind troubleshooting issues that may arise. When the course is completed, you will have a thorough understanding of the DHCP protocol and
have the confidence to deploy it in your network.
Course Overview Hi everyone, and welcome to Pluralsight. My name is Greg Dickinson, and welcome to my course, Protocol Deep Dive: DHCP. I'm a network engineer at a small bank in my home state of Alabama, Roll Tide. I've been playing with computers longer than I'd really like to admit. I managed to make a pretty decent career out of my passion for technology, and I'm happy to share that passion with whomever might listen. Over the last few years I've taken an interest in Cisco VoIP technologies and the networking that makes those systems work. This course is designed to help you learn all the ins and outs of one of the core protocols of networking. Many times, this protocol just works, to steal a marketing phrase, but like so many things in the world of networking, if it ever stops just working, you're in for a fun time figuring out why. Some of the major topics that we'll cover include understanding what DHCP is and how it works. The differences between DHCPv4 and DHCPv6. How to configure DHCP on both Cisco and Windows, and what to do if at all just stops working. By the end of this course, you'll have a deep understanding of how the DHCP protocol works in a production network. Before beginning the course, you really only need to be familiar with basic networking concepts such as IP addressing. Understanding of topics like the Cisco CLI will come in handy as well, but they're not required for the course. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn DHCP with the Protocol Deep Dive: DHCP course, at Pluralsight.