The goal of the Anemon DHCP project is to create an implementation of the DHCP protocol and surrounding software to facilitate network management. The project is divided into four components: a DHCP server, a DHCP client, a DHCP relay, and the Anemon Web Center, a Web-based management interface to the Anemon DHCP server and MyDNS.
dhcp-agent is a portable UNIX Dynamic Host Configuration suite. It is currently in its early pre-release stages with its components coming near completion.
dhcp-helper is a DHCP relay agent. It allows the use of DHCP across multiple subnets. This implementation is simple, small, and easy to configure.
This projects implements the RFC2132 and at least RFC3046 as a dynamic configurable SQL-based DHCP server, based on the udhcpd code, extended to mask-and-select by client DHCP packets.
DHCPStatus is a web-based query tool for browsing information stored in DHCPD's configuration and leases files, dhcpd.conf and dhcpd.leases.
Lanlord is a DHCP lease tracker designed to run as a CGI program. Written in Python, Lanlord is an easy to install and run.
WebDhcpDns is a web interface for managing dhcp/dns configuration on a network split into different vlans.