Bouazouzi Maëlan (M.)
maelan.bouazouzi at polytechnique.edu
Wed Jun 8 06:17:40 UTC 2016
Thanks you for your answer.
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De: "Shawn Routhier" <sar at isc.org>
À: "Users of ISC DHCP" <dhcp-users at lists.isc.org>
Envoyé: Mardi 7 Juin 2016 17:55:59
Objet: Re: DHCPv6 Failover
On Jun 7, 2016, at 3:28 AM, Bouazouzi Maëlan (M.) < maelan.bouazouzi at polytechnique.edu > wrote:
Dhcpd6 with failover its possible?
I dont find documentation about this configuration...
DSI - RVD
The IETF has not finished the v6 failover protocol draft. It is currently
being worked on in the DHCP working group. See
for information about the WG and
for the protocol itself.
As v6 has a much larger address space you may also be
able to avoid using a failover set up by simply running multiple
DHCPv6 servers with non-overlapping address pools. This
will provide redundant DHCPv6 service but will require that
client get new addresses if the server they originally got an
address from becomes unavailable.
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