A PC technician often referred to as a computer technician or PC repair technician is responsible for identifying, troubleshooting and resolving computer issues. They are experienced and knowledgeable professionals with hands-on experience with different tools of repair and maintaining computer hardware, software and network/Internet issues.

The professionals deal with creating, assembling, installing and maintaining computer systems. The primary role is to address the hardware and software issues. They look into various subjects such as installing new power supplies, upgrading firmware and repairing motherboards in the hardware section, but for the software, they deal with OS troubleshooting/installation, software/application installation, virus scanning/firewall integration and more aspects.

The PC Technician will test the system performance by using software diagnostic packages. The professionals have to boot up systems from external drivers, operating systems, and diagnostic suites. They have to examine and evaluate the software test logs to locate the failed components. The technicians use electronic troubleshooting knowledge to debug failed systems. They use hand tools to disassemble, repair, and reassemble the computer and its components.

A DHCP Engineer (dynamic host client protocol) is an IT professional usually involved in the maintenance of the connectivity of network for an organization. Engineers play a vital role to implement and supervise the computer networks that support in-house voice, data, videos and wireless network services with a dynamic IP address.

The ideal role of DHCP network engineer is to ensure that all the systems are functioning correctly. Depending upon the network complexity the organizations can have global network engineer (DHCP) across the international locations for extended support.

Generally, there can be two types of IP addresses – static and dynamic. Static is an unchanging IP address, but most computers use dynamic IP addresses for better connectivity. A DHCP server assigns the dynamic IP address.

Static is a fixed IP address. However, most workstations practice dynamic IP numbers. Hence at present, there are not sufficient static IP details in the IT world to manage all the request. Hence, there was a requirement to deliver PCs the capability to share the IP addresses.

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