ISC DHCP only: Enables a means for relaying DHCP and BOOTP requests from a DHCP client on a network with no DHCP servers to DHCP servers on other networks. For more information, see the dhcrelay (8) man page.
The dhcpagent daemon, which implements the client side of the DHCP protocol. For more information, see the dhcpagent(8) man page.
Used at system boot to assign IP addresses to network interfaces, configure network interface parameters, or both. On a DHCP client, ipadm starts DHCP to get the parameters (including the IP address) needed to configure a network interface. For more information, see the ipadm(8) man page.
ISC DHCP only: Provides a way to query and change the ISC DHCP server's state by using the Object Management API (OMAPI). For more information, see the omshell(1) man page.
Used to capture and display the contents of packets being passed across the network. snoop is useful for troubleshooting problems with the DHCP service. For more information, see the snoop(8) man page.