System Administration Guide, Volume 3

Planning for Remote Network Configuration

After the initial configuration, you can place IP addresses in remote networks under DHCP management. However, because the system files are not local to the server, most of the information is not looked up to provide default values, so you must provide the information. Before you attempt to configure a remote network, be sure you know the following information:

See "Adding, Modifying, and Removing DHCP Networks" for the procedure for adding DHCP networks.