The University of Arizona

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DHCP Related Services

The University of Arizona requires, in most cases, that computers connected to the U of A network be registered before they can obtain configuration information automatically. To register, you will need to know the hardware address of your network interface, and you need a NetID.

Only register MAC addresses for which you are responsible - if you register it, you own responsibility for it.

You may register multiple MAC addresses with one form submission; separate multiple addresses.

New registrations are added to the running configuration every 30 minutes.

Useful Links

To learn more about DHCP visit the DHCP service page