DHCP Question

teancum144teancum144 Member Posts: 229 ■■■□□□□□□□
"C" is the correct answer. I'm just wondering why it is not D?

Kim's network has two domain controllers an old Windows NT PDC (Primary Domain Controller) and a
Windows 2003 Server. Each server is running the DHCP server service. They each have a DHCP scope
passing out to IP addresses. There are on average about 75-80 DHCP
clients. How can Kim reconfigure the network so that these two DHCP servers will not pass out
conflicting IP addresses while still providing fault tolerance for DHCP?

A. Remove one of the DHCP servers
B. Change half of the clients to use static IP addresses.
C. Split the range so one DHCP server passes out to and the other passes
out to
D. Make one of the DHCP servers a DHCP relay.
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