HOTSPOT Network client computers running Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 are configured to receive IPv4 addresses through DHCP. The DHCP server fails.

August 27, 2021 by Admin

HOTSPOT

Network client computers running Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 are configured to receive IPv4 addresses through DHCP. The DHCP server fails.

For each of the following statements, select Yes if the statement is true. Otherwise, select No.

98-366 Part 09 Q19 052 Question

98-366 Part 09 Q19 052 Question

98-366 Part 09 Q19 052 Answer

98-366 Part 09 Q19 052 Answer

Explanation:

The IpReleaseAddress and IpRenewAddress functions are used to release and renew the current Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) lease. The IpReleaseAddress function releases an IPv4 address previously obtained through DHCP. The IpRenewAddress function renews a lease on an IPv4 address previously obtained through DHCP. It is common to use these two functions together, first releasing the lease with a call to IpReleaseAddress, and then renewing the lease with a call to the IpRenewAddress function.
When a DHCP client has previously obtained a DHCP lease and IpReleaseAddress is not called before the IpRenewAddress function, the DHCP client request is sent to the DHCP server that issued the initial DHCP lease. This DHCP server may not available or the DHCP request may fail. When a host has previously obtained a DHCP lease and IpReleaseAddress is called before the IpRenewAddress function, the DHCP client first releases the IP address obtained and sends a DHCP client request for a response from any available DHCP server.

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