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Microsoft 70-291 Practice Exam
Asked by Aiden, Last updated: Jun 11, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Sep 08, 2016

The ip address of the original dns server is defined in the tcp/ip properties of the client\ s network interface card. -explanation: the most likely reason that the client computer is still using the address of the original dns server is that the ip address of the original dns server is defined in the tcp/ip properties of the clients network interface card (nic). any tcp/ip settings that are configured for a specific nic override the settings obtained with a dhcp lease for the nic. it is not likely that the client computer is still using the address of the original dns server because the address of the original dns server is defined as a dhcp server option on dhcp-10. when a dhcp option, such as the address of a dns server, is configured both as a server option and as a scope option, the value defined for the scope takes priority. options are applied in the following order: server options scope options vendor class and user class options options defined for a reservation it is not likely that the client computer is still using the address of the original dns server because the lab computer is obtaining a lease from a different dhcp server than dhcp-10. when you configure a dhcp relay agent, you define the dhcp server to which the agent should forward dhcp broadcasts. also, a dhcp server will only respond to a broadcast if the server has a scope of addresses that are valid for the subnet from which the broadcast originated. it is not likely that the client computer is still using the address of the original dns server because the dhcp lease has not expired on the client. when you restart a computer that is a dhcp client, the computer sends a dhcprequest packet to renew its dhcp lease. the dhcp server responds with a dhcpack packet that acknowledges the validity of the lease and provides any updated options associated with the lease.
 

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