Are you saying you want to set each machine up with it`s own fixed static IP address on the network.
Than having the server assign an Ip to each device through its Dhcp server dynamic.
Or fixed IP`s for each machine on the network. Think you need to do some reading.
Other than the Dhcp refreshing the IP assignments to each computer when turned on and connecting to the server in question, Dhcp will rotate Ip addresses.
When a computer is turned off for example adding it back to the Ip pool of the Dhcp again for say another computer connecting to the network.
It rotates them in this way so, it has free Ip addresses to give from it`s ip pool of the Dhcp server again. So how would you bind ? from a single computer ?
Well, there are a set number of Ip addresses in a pool. 255 or so.
Eg 192.168.0.1 the server or gateway. Dhcp.
Then any computer connecting and requesting an IP to run on the network will be given an Ip address from it 192.168.1.1 for example, since it is taken, the next computer will be assigned 192.168.1.2 and so on in till all 255 Ip addresses are used.
Now that can work on a sub net address. of say 255.255.255.0
But you can set more than one sub net address up to support another 255 IP addresses server side.
So for example 192.168.1.1, sub net address 255.255.255. 1
Its complex so I suggest you start reading up on networking. As clearly you have not.