About the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
Note: To view this option, you need a Unified Threat Management license.
You can turn on and use DHCP and set its mode of operation. Configure automatic dynamic and static IP leasing to DHCP requests received from network hosts. View all current DHCP leases, including IP address, MAC address, host name, lease start and end time, and the current lease state. Configure the DHCP service to forward all DHCP requests to another DHCP server and reroute DHCP responses back to the requesting host. You can also create and edit custom DHCP options.