Networking Question

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Configuring DHCP for a New Subnet 

CSM Tech Publishing has expanded its network from one subnet to two subnets and is putting 200 computers on the new subnet, with plans for adding up to 100 more comput- ers over the next few years. Currently, it’s using DHCP for the existing subnet and has a scope configured with start address 172.16.1.1 and end address 172.16.1.200 with a pre- fix length of 24. The DHCP server is in the main distribution facility where the router is placed to route between the subnets. The current DHCP server runs Windows Server 2012 R2, is performing well, and has plenty of unused computing resources (CPU, memory, and so forth). You need to configure DHCP for the new subnet at the lowest cost possible. What do you recommend for adding DHCP services to the new subnet? Propose a DHCP configuration and the scope’s start and end addresses and prefix length for the new subnet.


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