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MCSE: Windows 2000 Exams in a Nutshell by Paul Murphy, Michael Moncur

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Case Study

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You are designing a network that will have 40 Windows 2000 Servers distributed between 10 locations with WAN connections. The clients in the initial network will include 200 Windows 2000 Professional machines, 50 Windows 98 machines, and 10 Macintosh computers. You are also running web servers on 2 of the Windows 2000 Server machines.

You need to develop a plan for IP addressing on the network. You also need to support name resolution and provide Internet access to all of the clients.

Multiple Choice

  1. You are considering using ICS (Internet Connection Sharing) to provide IP addresses and Internet connectivity. Which of the following might be a problem with this approach? (Select all that apply.)

    1. No support for Macintosh clients

    2. No support for incoming connections to the web servers

    3. No support for Windows 98 clients

    4. No support for multiple subnets

  2. Along with the requirements mentioned above, you want to ensure that the web servers are secured against attacks and to monitor and control Internet access by employees. Which of the following would be the best choice for Internet connectivity?

    1. ICS

    2. NAT

    3. Proxy Server 2.0

    4. A router

  3. After installing the service you chose above, which additional services will be required to provide for the original requirement of Internet access and IP addressing?

    1. DNS

    2. DHCP

    3. NAT

    4. WINS

Create a Tree

  1. Place the following protocols under the headings name resolution or

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