A network administrator has several clients unable to generate ARP requests, and the administrator decides it is safe to use IP addresses assigned by DHCP servers.
What should the network administrator do to ensure that DHCP clients’ dhcpagent daemons will accept an IP address even though they are unable to generate an ARP request?
modify DHCP clients and disable RARP
set the IGNORE_FAILED_ARP variable to no
ensure that the client interface is set to NOARP
set the IGNORE_FAILED_ARP variable to yes