After issuing the ipconfig/all command on a host that has DHCP enabled, a network administrator notes that the output contains faulty IP configuration information. What is the first step the administrator should take to resolve this issue?

IT Questions BankCategory: CCNA Discovery v4After issuing the ipconfig/all command on a host that has DHCP enabled, a network administrator notes that the output contains faulty IP configuration information. What is the first step the administrator should take to resolve this issue?

After issuing the ipconfig/all command on a host that has DHCP enabled, a network administrator notes that the output contains faulty IP configuration information. What is the first step the administrator should take to resolve this issue?

  • Replace the NIC in the host.
  • Change the IP address of the DHCP server.
  • Use static addressing to assign the correct IP address.
  • Use the release and renew options supported by the ipconfig command.

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