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Discussion in 'Network Infrastructure' started by Mr_Cellophane, May 17, 2010.

  1. Mr_Cellophane

    Mr_Cellophane Nibble Poster

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    I was given some questions as part of an application process. They say the answer is A. I know A will work, but isn't C the correct answer ?
    B is wrong as you don't exclude reserved addresses from the scope, D is rubbish.

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  2. supernova

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    I would say A

    you set static IP for each of the servers in there IP configuration, then you exclude the IPs used on the DHCP server so the DHCP doesn't hand them out to requests, which would cause issues.

    with C..

    could work in some situations be but there could issues that make it impractical, however, the DHCP server would need to have its own settings and not rely on DHCP. I would always exclude a range for static IPs for all servers.
     
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  3. danielno8

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    A is the right answer.
     
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  4. BosonMichael
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    Unfortunately, this is copyrighted material from Exam Cram's 70-291 book.
     
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  5. supernova

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    blimey! i wouldn't remember that even if i had read that book
     
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  6. BosonMichael
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    You don't have to remember... Google is your friend. :)

    Whenever you see a question like this posted on a forum, 95% of the time it'll be from a copyrighted source.
     
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  7. greenbrucelee
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    its definetly A :D
     
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