DHCP Failover supports BOOTP clients in Windows Server 2012 R2

DHCP Failover is a new feature in Windows Server 2012 which provides for high availability of DHCP service.  Two DHCP servers in a failover relationship synchronize the IP address lease information on a continual basis, there by keeping their respective databases up-to-date with client information and in sync with each other. In Windows Server 2012,…

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Using cascaded relay agents with Windows DHCP Windows Server 2012

Introduction Deploying DHCP failover translates into deploying more DHCP servers working in an Active-Active or Active-Passive mode for a set of scopes/subnets. Given the limitations in certain older switches/routers on the number of IP helpers that can be configured, configuring additional IP helpers to reach these new servers can become a problem. This problem can…

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DHCP Failover patch to address issues caused with a redundant router configuration

Are you using or plan to use a redundant IP helper configuration on routers with a Windows Server 2012 DHCP failover? Some earlier versions of router redundancy implementations (HSRP-Hot Standby Router Protocol/VRRP-Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol) by Cisco and other vendors introduce redundancy in the DHCP messages while relaying DHCP requests. This means a duplication of…

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