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DHCP is the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, one of the protocols in the TCP/IP networking suite.
DHCP may also refer to:
- Decentralized Hospital Computer Program, an information system used throughout the United States Department of Veterans Affairs
- Directed Hamiltonian cycle problem, an instance of Hamiltonian cycle problem for a directed graph
- Double hexagonal close packed, in crystallography
- DHCPv6, a version of DHCP for the IPv6 networking suite
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