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              class="hps">Thanks for the reply, </span></span><span
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      On 07-08-2014 11:26, Gregory Sloop wrote:<br>
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      <pre wrap="">If all machines/clients use fixed addresses, you can simply run two servers - you don't need fail-over.
In this case, no matter which server replies, the clients will get the same addresses. There doesn't need to be any coordination between the two servers at all.

[However, obviously, as you change the fixed address assignments, you'll need to propagate those changes to both servers.]

PT> Pardon my ignorance, but why can't you use failover? We do fixed
PT> addresses on our failover-enabled system all the time. 

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          <pre wrap="">On Aug 7, 2014, at 9:11 AM, "Marcos Renato da Silva Junior" <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="mailto:marcosjr@dee.feis.unesp.br"><marcosjr@dee.feis.unesp.br></a> wrote:
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          <pre wrap="">Hi,
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I have a dhcp server with all hosts configured in static mode/fixed-address. 
Thus the dhcp failover is not applicable.
I want to create a secondary/slave dhcp server in case the primary server fails. 
How to do this? 
I can keep the two servers with the same dhcpd.conf working together?
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