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DHCP Client

You can configure the firewall interface to act as a DHCP client and receive a dynamically assigned IP address. The firewall also provides the capability to propagate settings received by the DHCP client interface into a DHCP server operating on the firewall. This is most commonly used to propagate DNS server settings from an ISP to client machines operating on the network protected by the firewall.
DHCP client is not supported in HA active/active mode.
For more information, see DHCP.

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