Instead of having to visit each client computer to configure a static IP address, the network administrator can apply dynamic host configuration protocol to create a pool of IP addresses known as scopes that can be dynamically assigned to clients.
A network administrator has many responsibilities that can be summarize into 3 key functions: installation of a network, configuration of network settings, and maintenance/troubleshooting of networks.
What is the advantage of address sharing? How does dynamic host configuration protocol aid in network administration? Describe networking. What is peer to peer? What happens when you use cables longer than the prescribed length? What is TCP/IP? What is SLIP? What protocols fall under the TCP/IP Internet Layer? What is the importance of implementing […]
For Class A, there are 126 possible networks and 16,777,214 hosts For Class B, there are 16,384 possible networks and 65,534 hosts For Class C, there are 2,097,152 possible networks and 254 hosts