To my opinion the most important reason is that you need the DHCP because this is the initial configuration on the dmp.So, as soon as it boots up, the dmp will request for an ip address from a dhcp server. After receiving an ip address the Cisco logo will be displayed on the lcd with the ip address the dmp has received.
Hi, thank's for the answer, in fact i'm aware of these points,
My question is more about the relevance of this option for both DMM and DMP setting.
In anyway we have to acces the settings to change several points later, on the other hand, even when we install the DMM those points could be already fixed from the beginning at the first boot setting.
And so for the DMP, having an ip shown on the startup screen allows direct access directly connected to the DMP using the same IP range, by this acess we can fixe any static ip for the DMP it self or centralizing to DMM.
Then my real question is, for the next release, is it necessairy to have the dhcp seting choice or not ... concidering that in any case we use static IP ?
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