How to configure split-scope using wizard

Split-scope configuration (Widely known as 80/20 Configurations) is typically considered as high-availability deployment scenario for the DHCP Server. It involves configuring scopes with the same subnet address and subnet mask and configuration on two distinct DHCP Servers. The two scopes have complementary exclusion ranges and therefore will not serve the same address to different clients….


How to prevent address exhaustion from Secondary Server in split-scope deployment

DHCP secondary server is configured with 20% of address leases and if it serves the clients at the same pace it would run out of address leases and would be useless if the primary DHCP server is down. To avoid address range depletion on the secondary server one of the following two methods can be…