Simple videos to get a CentOS Linux DHCP server talking to a Windows client with virtualization

(Last Updated On: December 11, 2014)

Simple videos to get a CentOS Linux DHCP server talking to a Windows client with virtualization

OK. Forget that OpenBSD distribution Idea, let me work on my next fave Linux distro. This tutorial video is always the hardest part to get a Windows client talking to CentOS Linux server. It walks you through it so it ain’t to bad to get started to get both worlds talking to each other.

Not the best presenter but it gets the job done

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