DHCP Questions & Answers

DHCP

Computer Networks Questions & Answers – DHCP

This set of Computer Networks Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “DHCP”.

1. IP assigned for a client by DHCP server is
a) for a limited period
b) for an unlimited period
c) not time dependent
d) none of the mentioned

2. DHCP uses UDP port _________ for sending data to the server.
a) 66
b) 67
c) 68
d) 69

3. The DHCP server can provide the _______ of the IP addresses.
a) dynamic allocation
b) automatic allocation
c) static allocation
d) all of the mentioned

4. DHCP client and servers on the same subnet communicate via _________
a) UDP broadcast
b) UDP unicast
c) TCP broadcast
d) TCP unicast

5. After obtaining the IP address, to prevent the IP conflict the client may use _________
a) internet relay chat
b) broader gateway protocol
c) address resolution protocol
d) none of the mentioned

6. What is DHCP snooping?
a) techniques applied to ensure the security of an existing DHCP infrastructure
b) encryption of the DHCP server requests
c) algorithm for DHCP
d) none of the mentioned

7. If DHCP snooping is configured on a LAN switch, then clients having specific ______ can access the network.
a) MAC address
b) IP address
c) Both MAC address and IP address
d) None of the mentioned

8. DHCP (dynamic host configuration protocol) provides __________ to the client.
a) IP address
b) MAC address
c) Url
d) None of the mentioned

9. DHCP is used for ________
a) IPv6
b) IPv4
c) Both IPv6 and IPv4
d) None of the mentioned

10. The DHCP server _________
a) maintains a database of available IP addresses
b) maintains the information about client configuration parameters
c) grants a IP address when receives a request from a client
d) all of the mentioned

The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a network management protocol for Internet Protocol (IP) networks that uses a client–server architecture to assign IP addresses and other communication characteristics to devices connected to the network. The technology, which consists of two network components, a centrally placed network DHCP server and client instances of the protocol stack on each computer or device, eliminates the necessity for manually configuring network devices. When a client first connects to the network, it uses the DHCP protocol to request a set of parameters from the DHCP server.

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