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1.) Consider the types of systems that benefit from DHCP reservations and/or from having manually-configured (static) IP addresses, including servers, networked printers, and other networked devices (e.g., network-connected HVAC controllers, IP camera systems). One option is to configure DHCP reservations and allow the devices to use DHCP to consistently get the same address; another option is to configure static addresses on the devices themselves and leave the addresses out of any DHCP scopes (or just to reserve them in DHCP). For the scenarios mentioned above (e.g., servers, networked printers, other similar networked devices), would you recommend static configuration on the devices or DHCP reservations? Why? Are some types of devices better suited to DHCP than others?
2.)Provide a brief description for each DHCP message that would be exchanged, in order, if the DHCP server is in the middle of rebooting during an initial lease request but comes up seconds later. Answers might be slightly different depending on when you choose exactly for the DHCP server to come online. Feel free to use a diagram if you wish, and provide a rough description of timing of the messages and/or duration between them.