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  1. Hi Rene,

    Not clear about the default static route when configuring Router as DHCP client. It will autometically installed in Routing table & why the AD value will be 254 ??Thanks for your so nice cooperation as always.

    br//
    zaman

  2. Mohammad,
    The Administrative Distance is so high because it is deemed to be the least reliable method of routing. With an AD of 254, a default route introduced by any routing protocol, or any default route manually entered, will take precedence. Think of the DHCP supplied default route as a "default route of last resort."

  3. Awesome.
    It was my first configuration.
    i m very thankful to you.
    your explanation is amazing.

  4. 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 ?

  5. 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?

    Laz

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