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chandra_rc16 Tue, 12/03/2013 - 03:58
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Great. I think i cannot do DHCP labs in PT.


Router1(config)#service ?

  nagle                Enable Nagle's congestion control algorithm

  password-encryption  Encrypt system passwords

  timestamps           Timestamp debug/log messages


Question:


Will i see any questions regarding DHCP in CCNA exam ?


Regards,

Chandu

cadet alain Tue, 12/03/2013 - 04:28
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Hi,

if it's part of the blueprint then you may have some questions about it and you can do DHCP in PT without any problem.


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Alain



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chandra_rc16 Tue, 12/03/2013 - 04:33
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Alain,


I'm not seeing any options for that.


Router1(config)#service ?

  nagle                Enable Nagle's congestion control algorithm

  password-encryption  Encrypt system passwords

  timestamps           Timestamp debug/log messages


Regards,

Chandu



cadet alain Tue, 12/03/2013 - 05:06
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Hi,

the service is enabled but can't be disabled.

Just configure your DHCP pools and connect a DHCP client and it will work.


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Alain



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dodi_forever_2003 Tue, 12/03/2013 - 05:28
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Hi Chandra,


You can configure DHCP in PT with many different ways.


First, you can turn on the DHCP service on a Server, then add pools.


Second, you can enable DHCP on a multilayer switch using the following commands:


ip dhcp pool "pool name"

network "ip-network" "subnet mask"

default-router "ip-address"

lease (Infinite or days hours minutes)


Third, you can enable DHCP on a router using the same commands as mentioned in the second way.



Regards,

Khaled Omar

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