IP addressing in a network can be done in static and dynamic

IP addressing in a network can be done in static and dynamic

1. IP addressing in a network can be done in static and dynamic fashion.

What is the benefit of dynamic addressing? Discuss the working procedure for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). (500 words)

2. Suppose you are given a task of designing networks for a company with three office section having 20, 60 and 40 computers respectively.

You need to design three separate networks for the company. You also need to keep a provision of incorporating 25% more machines in the networks to allow scalability in near future. Discuss your choice of IP addressing scheme for them using both Classfull addressing and Classless Inter Domain Routing (CIDR) methods. Justify your
design choices for address range, subnet mask, network prefix, host part and broadcast addresses. Discuss the procedure for integrating these three sections to one network using supernetting scheme.

3. Use internet to research on the following two routing protocols:

Adhoc Ondemand Distance Vector (AODV) and Destination Sequence Distance Vector (DSDV). Compare and contrast their performances. (500 words)

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