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
DNS | DHCP Server - Exercise
Problem Solver: integrating with DNS and the DHCP Server service
Integrate DNS and DHCP Services.
You will receive 5 points for this exercise. The exercise is tutor-scored; when you have completed the exercise, type your answer in the text box below and click the
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In your organization, two different support staffs manage DNS and desktop computers. You would like to dynamically update DNS information by using DHCP Servers; however, the DNS infrastructure is currently implemented with UNIX computers.
You need to decide how you might configure Windows 2000 to integrate DNS and DHCP Servers while maintaining the DNS features of the UNIX computers. To do so, answer the following three questions:
How could you bring the zone database information from the UNIX DNS Server into a Windows 2000 DNS Server?
What configuration changes would you need to make to the DHCP Server?
What should you tell your DNS Administrators about zone changes after implementing your new configuration?