DHCP - TCPIP
DHCP and TCP/IP
Networking Services Design
Design Network Foundation
Network Services Components
Designing Remote Access Connectivity
Remote Access Services
Creating Networking Services
translating Organizational Goals
Networking Services Conclusion
TCP/IP Protocol Suite
Design Functional TCP/IP Solution
IP Addressing Review
IP/Address Subnet Requirements
Class C network
Protect IP Traffic Filters
Protect Data with Ipsec
Ipsec Protection Levels
IPsec Internet Key Exchange
TCP/IP Security Configuration
Optimize Subnet Designs
IP Network Performance
Enhancing Performance QOS
DHCP Solution Design
DHCP Configuration Features
Designing DHCP Service for Routed Network - Exercise
Determine how best to design a DHCP service for a routed network.
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Your network plan will include four physical segments with each segment represented by a different logical network ID. You wish to use two DHCP Servers to provide IP addressing information for the DHCP Clients on each subnet. You do not wish to use BOOTP Forwarding because you want to minimize broadcast traffic on your network.
To solve this problem, you should answer the following four questions:
Where would you place the DHCP Servers?
How would you configure the Scopes on these servers?
What would you use to allow DHCP Clients to communicate with remote DHCP Servers?
How would you configure fault tolerance for your DHCP Scopes, and how would this affect any methods you put into place when answering question 3?
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