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  1. The IOS I’m using in GNS3 does have the ip dhcp pool command. It unfortunately does not have the ip address dhcp command.

    It is probably a too old IOS ?

  2. Hello Maodo

    Hmmm that’s interesting. According to Cisco, the ip address dhcp command was added to the 12.1(2)T version of IOS. What IOS version are you using?


  3. Hello Laz,

    I will have to add my 2 cents on this. I work with different Cisco devices everyday and sometime I will be supporting a supervisor linecard which doesn’t have ip add dhcp command feature on it regardless of their version. Also some cisco ASA don’t have this command

  4. Hi Lazaros,
    Does client act as a host computer or as a router?

  5. try the CCENT tomorrow morning and I made the test that you propose.

    at question 45, I had the choice between
    ip dhcp MYPOOL pool

    ip dhcp MYPOOL pool
    network / 24

    as all IOS accept “network subnet subnet-mask” and only some recent bones accept “network subnet prefix-length”, I chose “network”
    but the answer of your test indicates as good answer “network / 24”, alas!

    however, in packet tracer, “network” neither “network” no

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