What is DORA in Networking? For what purpose DORA is used?

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  • Aug 6th, 2015

DORA is Discover Packet,Offer,Request,Acknowledgement packets

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  • Aug 6th, 2015

DORA is basically the steps involved in DHCP configuration. It stands for Discover, Offer, Request and Acknowledge.

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  • Sep 16th, 2015

DORA in networking means Discover Offer Request Acknowledge. DORA process is done by the DHCP Server in order to provide the IP Address to a PC.

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siva kumar reddy

  • Jul 17th, 2017

It is a process of assigning automatic ips to clients by using dynamic host configuration protocol.
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................. S=server
D-Discover(client discovers a link(or)signal to server for network connection ).
O-Offer(server give an offer to client ."if client is eligible").
R-Request(client requests to sever for connection with that network).
A-Acknowledgement(server gives permission to client for to join in that network)

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jahetul sk

  • Jul 31st, 2018

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