Wanted to have a quick discussion regarding this practice question. In my experience I would usually handle this by adding an exclusion range to the scope and either setting a static address on the server within that range or using a reservation. I am thinking "B" is step one. What does the ITPro community think?
Wondering if there was also a way to get this job done using Vendor Class? not sure if that applies to the version of OS, it is a feature of DHCP on Windows Server that I haven't deployed.
You are implementing a new network. The network contains a DHCP server named DHCP1 that runs Windows Server 2016. DHCP1 contains a scope named Scope1 for the 192.168.0.0/24 subnet. Your company has teh following policy for allocating IP addresses:
- All server addresses must be excluded from DHCP scopes.
- All client computers must receive IP addresses from Scope1.
- All Windows servers must have IP addresses in the range of 192.168.0.180 to 199.
You deploy a print device named Print1. You need to ensure that Print1 adheres to the policy for allocating IP addresses.
Which command should you use?