10.10.0.10 Question 12 What value is configured in the DNS Servers: line? 10.10.0.10 Question 13 What is the default location for DHCP server backups? C:\windows\system32\DHCP\co-occurrence\ Question 14 What IP address is configured on the SEA-SVR2computer? 169.254.209.252 Question 15 What appears in the IP address text box? 10.10.0.55 Question 16 From which DHCP server are you receiving an IP address?
Why was it created? Use your textbook and Internet research to support your answer. TCP/IP stands for Transmission Control Program(Protocol is the earlier version) and Internet Protocol. These two were created basically at the same time by 2 Darpa Scientists without one it would be hard to nearly impossible to have the other. This system was created because it was a way that any network could communicate with another through a gateway.
Unit 1 IP Addresses Classes and Special-Use IP Address Space Network IDs used to be divided into classes, and these classes are Class A, B, and C. These classes were allowed to have a range of addresses depending subnet we are using. This class-based system would work well for a while, but with the rapid growth of the Internet it became evident that this addressing scheme had to be changed in order to support the many networks that were being created (CompTIA Network, Ch.7, 2009). This 32-bit IP addressing system is subdivided into two portions: the network address space and the host address space in IPv4. Class A were created for a very large network with few logical network segments and many hosts that have the high-order bit set to zero. The first octet (the left-most eight bits) is used to define the network ID.
A: RPC over IP for the two standard link branch offices and use SMTP for the remote site. 5. Assuming the same scenario as in question 4, what information will be replicated between the third branch office and the main office? A: Global catalog, schema, and configuration information will be the only information. 6.