DHCP Manager is a graphical user interface (GUI) tool you can use to perform all management duties associated with the DHCP service. You can use it to manage the server as well as the data the server uses. You must be superuser when you run DHCP Manager.
You can use DHCP Manager with the server in the following ways:
Configuring and unconfiguring the DHCP server
Starting, stopping, and restarting the DHCP server
Disabling and enabling DHCP service
Customizing DHCP server settings
DHCP Manager enables you to manage the IP addresses, network configuration macros, and network configuration options in the following ways:
Adding and deleting networks under DHCP management
Viewing, adding, modifying, deleting, and releasing IP addresses under DHCP management
Viewing, adding, modifying, and deleting network configuration macros
Viewing, adding, modifying, and deleting nonstandard network configuration options
DHCP Manager allows you to manage the DHCP data stores in the following ways:
Convert data to a new data store format
Move DHCP data from one DHCP server to another by exporting it from the first server and importing it on the second server
DHCP Manager includes extensive online help for procedures you can perform with the tool. For more information, see About DHCP Manager.