I'm thinking there's two parts of DHCP
1 - Provider: Gives out the list of IP addresses you can consume when your client gets a dhcp address
2 - Consumer: Well, I would not configure a server as a consumer. IDK if you can even do that with IBM i.
If it's item 2, then I agree.
If it's item 1, I'd like details. For example, we do not run the DNS server on IBM i because it will not pass audits, even IBM's audits. Then again, is this something you want to go to battle on?
Here, we just use our Windows servers to serve up DHCP.

Rob Berendt

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