A network engineer working at a community building that provides free WiFi is holding an IT conference tomorrow evening. A previous conference with over 100 attendees just ended less than 24 hours ago and the network engineer is concerned about the availability of dynamic addressing. How will the network engineer ensure that there are enough IP addresses for the attendees arriving at the IT conference tomorrow?

A network engineer working at a community building that provides free WiFi is holding an IT conference tomorrow evening. A previous conference with over 100 attendees just ended less than 24 hours ago and the network engineer is concerned about the availability of dynamic addressing. How will the network engineer ensure that there are enough IP addresses for the attendees arriving at the IT conference tomorrow?

  • The network engineer will create a new pool of IP addresses and provide a new network subnet and router configuration for the conference.
  • The network engineer will manually release each lease created by the conference attendees yesterday and statically assign the incoming devices at the conference.
  • The network engineer will disconnect all devices using an IP address from the DHCP server in preparation for the conference.
  • The network engineer will verify that the DHCP leasing time is set for a couple of hours.

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