Hellow ITPro! Ran across this practice exam question and thought I would bounce it off the pros.
You are a network administrator for a company named Contoso,Ltd. The network is configured as shown in the exhibit.
You install the Remote Access server role on Server2.
Server2 has the following configured.
*Network address translation (NAT)
*The DHCP Server server role
The Security Policy of Contoso states that only TCP ports 80 and 443 are allowed from the internet to server2
You identify the following requirements:
*Add 28 devices to subnet2 for a temporary project.
*Configure Server2 to accept VPN connections from the internet.
*Ensure that devices on Subnet2 obtain TCP/IP settings from DHCP on Server2.
End of Scenario:
What should you do to meet the DHCP connectivity requirement for Subnet2?
A. Install the Routing role service on Server2.
B. Install the IP address Management (IPAM) Server feature on Server2.
C. Install the Routing role service on Server1.
D. Install the DHCP Server server role on Server1.
So...... Sort of a strange question, but okay... My Cisco brain is like, "you are using a Windows server for what?!".. lol... Anyway, I think after all of the twists this question is really about how to setup a DHCP relay agent in windows. The end of the question reads "What should you do to meet the DHCP connectivity requirement for subnet2".
In order to do that you need to install the Remote Access role on the server that is "local" to the client requesting the IP.. That is to say on the same broadcast domain.
So my guess at this question is "C", the routing feature of the "Remote Access" role should be installed on Server 1 so that DHCP requests can be forwarded to Server 2 which already has the DHCP service running based on the info in the question.
The internet says that "A" is the answer, but I think it's wrong! Boom!