DHCP failover doesn't receive DHCP requests in secondary server
anders at abundo.se
Thu Aug 16 21:42:48 UTC 2018
On 8/16/18 9:21 PM, Bob Harold wrote:
> "split" only affects which server responds *first* to *new* clients.
> It has no effect when a client renews - they just unicast directly to
> the server that gave them their lease. You would have to have a large
> turnover of clients, or have one server down for a while, to see the
Ok, thanks for the clarification, we did guess it was something similar
as you described. We did run for about 4 hours with 20000 clients - this
in a broadband network....
We will probably migrate to Kea and it's redundancy model - seems better
at least on paper.
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