IA-3(3): Dynamic Address Allocation

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Control Statement

  1. Where addresses are allocated dynamically, standardize dynamic address allocation lease information and the lease duration assigned to devices in accordance with [Assignment: organization-defined lease information and lease duration]; and
  2. Audit lease information when assigned to a device.

Supplemental Guidance

The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is an example of a means by which clients can dynamically receive network address assignments.