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What must happen if a DHCP IP conflict occurs? Proxy ARP will fix the

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  • What must happen if a DHCP IP conflict occurs?


  • Options
  • A. Proxy ARP will fix the issue
  • B. The client uses a gratuitous ARP to fix the issue
  • C. The administrator must fix the conflict by hand at the DHCP server
  • D. The DHCP server will reassign new IP addresses to both computers

  • Correct Answer
  • The administrator must fix the conflict by hand at the DHCP server 

    Explanation

    If a DHCP Conflict is detected, either by the server sending a ping and getting response or by a host using a gratuitous ARP (arp'ing for its own IP address and seeing if a host responds), then the server will hold that address and not use it again until it is fixed by an administrator.


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