DHCP Server


You are a trainee and studying for your CCNA certification. Your boss asks you if you can configure a DHCP server for some wireless clients. Confident as you are you take one of your routers and start typing in commands…


  • The IP address on router Bliss has been preconfigured for you.
  • Configure a DHCP pool on router Bliss called “VAULT” with the following configuration:
  • Clients should use the DNS server with IP address
  • Clients should use network /24.
  • Clients should not use the – 20 range.
  • Cliends should renew their IP address after 2 hours.
  • Configure router Bliss so it does not respond to BOOTP.
  • Configure router Bliss so it stores DHCP bindings in flash.
  • Configure router Ignorance so it receives an IP address through DHCP.




DHCP Server

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Configuration Files

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Written by René Molenaar - CCIE #41726

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