b. Only a single public IP address is required, although more than one can be used.
c. 22.214.171.124 is not a reserved private IP address. The other addresses listed fall into one of the reserved ranges.
a, b, d. DHCP, NAT, and ICS can assign IP addresses. DNS (choice c) is used to resolve names and addresses.
a, b. Proxy servers offer advanced filtering options and support for caching. Improved speed (choice c) and support for new protocols (choice d) are advantages of IP filtering over a proxy.
b. Use the Require Security (Secure Server) option for maximum security.
b. RIP v2 is new to Windows 2000. RIP v1 and OSPF (choices a and c) are supported by earlier versions of Windows NT; L2TP (choice c) is not a routing protocol.
b, d. Windows NT Server and Windows 2000 Server can act as DHCP servers.
b. Superscopes allow multiple, non-consecutive pools of IP addresses to be treated as a single scope.
a, c. DHCP relay can be used to forward DHCP requests between subnets. Many hardware routers also support this feature.
d. Windows 2000 supports up to 12 WINS server addresses.
b. Proxy Server 2.0 is a separate product and is not included with Windows 2000 Server.
a, b. Although limited, NAT acts as a DNS and DHCP server.
c. The special ports feature allows you to configure a machine with a private IP address to be accessible from the Internet as a web server.
a. The Web Publishing feature of Proxy Server allows you to make an internal server available over the Internet.