We are transitioning branch offices (bo) into to an ISP managed MPLS network. The bo will access the Internet through the headquarter's Internet access. Is there a way to configure a PIX to give DHCP IP addresses to the local hosts? Ideally the MPLS router would give dynamic IP addresses. The ISP manages the MPLS routers. We have no control of configuring the MPLS routers. The ISP will charge additional fee for DHCP service. Time is a factor, is there a fix to provising DHCP IP to hosts to the bo's LAN? We have Linksys unmanaged switches at the sites. Thanks.