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DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol and is commonly referred to as the service that dynamically assigns IP addresses -- which makes it easy to e.g. connect to other Wifi networks without knowing anything about their configuration. The DHCP server also tells its clients the default gateway and DNS servers to use.

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I am trying to connect a Samsung Note II ( OS: Android 4.0, Ice cream Sandwich) through Wi-Fi to a DHCP Server. The DHCP server(192.168.3.29) is running on a Virtual Machine with OS as Ubuntu 12.10 … 64 bit. A D-link Wi-Fi access point is connected to this DHCP server. The DHCP server sends the IP(192.168.3.100) to the Samsung Note II but the device fails to assign the IP address. The samsung …
asked Apr 12 '13 by Jay
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I have solved this problem. It was because of huge network traffic on the DHCP server, due to which the ACK was not able to reach through Wi-Fi to the Samsung Galaxy Android. …
answered May 1 '13 by Jay