220-901 question 2 discussion


Users have started calling the helpdesk reporting they cannot access resources on the
network or the Internet. A technician has verified all hardware connections are operational.
Which of the following settings should the technician check NEXT on the router?

  • A. SNMP
  • B. NNTP
  • C. DHCP
  • D. WLAN
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what does it mean when the question states "Resources?" I'm thinking it's just like they couldn't connect or something like that, Or maybe they just don't have access to the server packets or something like that


I believe it's just referring to the resources an employee of any company would need, in this case those resources seem to be tied to The Internet. Might it be an internal server, email, etc.


Resources could possibly mean flies and folders available on the mapped network drives, network printers etc.


every thing (resources) either local or outside will stop sharing if DHCP stops assigning IP addresses to the local users.


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The question is a network troubleshooting question, we should check the most easiest and obvious setting to do, which is DHCP, The key word in DHCP is protocol—the guiding rules and process for Internet connections for everyone, everywhere. DHCP is consistent, accurate and works the same for every computer.


dynamic host config protocol


Dynamic host config protocol


the only option is C as if DHCP services not working on internet router no internet available as well computer resources also.


DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)


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why it is DHCP not WVLAN?


WVLAN is a Wireless Virtual local area network the first step is to verify the physical layer, since connections are working, it means that WLAN is working. The second step is to verify logical layer (ip address) so a technician should verify DHCP.