Chapter16 - Chapter16.fm Page 1 Thursday 7:23 PM CHAPTER 16...

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1 CHAPTER 16 Host Configuration: BOOTP and DHCP Exercises 1. The minimum length of a BOOTP packet is 44 bytes since the server name field, the boot filename field and the options field are optional. The maximum is 300 bytes. 3. Figure 16.1 shows an example of the padding option. We assume that the packet is using the subnet mask option. We also need the end of list option. 5. 2 16 1 = 65,535 7. See Figure 16.2. Figure 16.1 Exercise 3 Code: 2 Hardware type Hardware length Hop count Transaction ID No. of seconds 0 Client IP address Client IP address Server IP address Gateway IP address Client hardware address 99.130.83.99 1 4 Subnet mask Subnet mask 0 255
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SECTION 2 9. See Figure 16.3. 11. See Figure 16.4. 13. A newly added host needs to know the address of a router in order to send a mes- sage outside of its own local network. 15. BOOTP needs the services of TFTP because the BOOTP packet is of a set size and format. If a BOOTP client needs more information than a packet can hold, the cli-
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2010 for the course CSE CS501 taught by Professor Dmathur during the Winter '10 term at National Institute of Technology, Calicut.

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