Antamedia DHCP is freeware, simple and powerful. Features include: Controls 65.000 computers without any licensing costs; Configure fixed IP addresses for selected MAC addresses; Exclude desired IP addresses; Block desired computers based on MAC; Define IP Pool (range of IP addresses which will be assigned to computers); Update network adapters directly from software (instead of opening network properties, TCP/IP). If user tries to manually configure IP which is already in use, after several unsuccessful attempts to assign IP, DHCP will store it in blocked list (useful if someone wants to hack your HotSpot). Version 1.5 is a bug fixing release.
It changed the fixed IP data in the network adapter nd stopped it working. It doesn't uninstall properly; on XP the uninstall routine failed(!) and on Vista it left loads of crap (including a network driver) behind which even Revo didn't find.
This is an awful piece of software, I have no idea whether it works because my network connection wouldn't stay up long enough to find out. And it doesn't uninstall fully, either on XP or Vista. Stay away from this software!
It delivers IP addresses as advertised in certain configurations. Easy to set up.
Would not function on a Win 7 / x64 PC on a WLAN connection. As others have pointed out, there is not uninstaller. But it's easy enough to remove manually without needing a system restore.
I run a couple independent networds here. My high-speed cable went out, so I needed a way to quickly get all my Internet aware devices out on my business T1s. This required some really fancy routing on a particular gateway machine, and a DHCP server that could operate outside the wireless router to deliver the correct gateway to these devices. Once I moved the installation to a Vista / 32-bit PC that is hardwired to the router I was able to get it to behave normally. On the Win 7 / 64 pc, which is the actualy gateway, it just wouldn't work. Machines that could see the gateway fine when set up with static IPs were unable to contact the DHCP that was running on it when configured to use DHCP. Weird stuff... The totally dysfunctionaly uninstaller is a real annoyance, but removing it from HKLM\SYSTEM\Current Control Set\Services... in the registry and deleting the installation folder takes care of it. I just discovered there is a version 3.0 available from the developer. I haven't tried it yet, but maybe some of these issues have been reoslved.
There are 10 POS categories with 180 configurable items inventory keep track of your stock. All products quantities are displayed in statistics and you'll be warned when it drop below specified amount.
After two unsuccesful assign attempts i have managed to configure the IP, DHCP server. Hopefully this function will be more stable in the next version.