Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) allows users to dynamically configure desktop computers and laptops to access the campus network. This means that UC Davis faculty, staff, and students can connect to the network from any port at UC Davis. In the past, most of the campus was comprised of many small Local Area Networks (LANs), which required that LAN administrators assign a specific number (called an IP address) to each person authorized to use that local network. If this person then left that physical location (for a meeting or to teach a class, for example) and wished to connect somewhere else on campus, he/she was required to find the network administrator for that area, obtain another IP address, and reconfigure his/her computer. General Campus Network Access Ports Available in public areas throughout the campus, these ports allow registered individuals to connect their laptops to the campus network. While convenient for the mobile computer user, these ports are few in number (34) and in high demand. This project will greatly increase the number of these ports on campus (an additional 220), while improving accessibility to the campus network. Campus High-Speed Wireless The third project, Campus High-Speed Wireless, will test the feasibility, support issues, and costs of supporting a new type of wireless access that is limited by proximity (~200 foot radius) to the main transceivers in a given location.