DHCP is an essential part of IPAM. DHCP manages the dynamic allocation of IP addresses on an IP network using the concept of address leases.
In Address Manager, DHCP is integrated into the IP core and defined using range objects. At most levels of the IP core, deployment options control the behavior of the DHCP service for an object and its descendant objects within the Address Manager-managed network. A deployment role can also be associated with a server to provide DHCP services for a specific subnet.