An administrator has configured two VLAN interfaces:

A DHCP server is connected to the VLAN10 interface. A DHCP client is connected to the VLAN5 interface. However, the DHCP client cannot get a dynamic IP address from the DHCP server. What is the cause of the problem?

A. Both interfaces must be in different VDOMs
B. Both interfaces must have the same VLAN ID.
C. The role of the VLAN10 interface must be set to server.
D. Both interfaces must belong to the same forward domain.

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