[CentOS] DHCP failover ... Some questions.

Thu Jul 29 12:57:40 UTC 2010
Götz Reinicke - IT-Koordinator <goetz.reinicke at filmakademie.de>

Am 29.07.10 14:29, schrieb Phil Manuel:
> On 29/07/10 9:55 PM, Götz Reinicke - IT-Koordinator wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I plan to reorganise our IP management and I'd like to implement a slave
>> DHCP server. Right now we assign IP addresses based on the
>> ethernetadress of a client 1:1.
>> The tutorial here [1] is simple and looks like the thing I need.
>> I do have a lot of subnetworks and my cisco router has an DHCP helper
>> address set. I know I'll have to add the second dhcp-server address.
>> My questions now is:
>> Dose the dhcp-slave syncs the dhcp data from the master?
>> Or do I have to copy the data to the master AND slave?
>> Any other sugesstions or comments?
>> Thanks and best regards,
>> 	Götz
> Hi,
> I thought the latest dhcp server had built-in support for master-slave 
> scenarios, it just replicates current status to the slave, and when it 
> fails the slave takes over.

Do you have any more information on that or do you just think it is like
that? I can't find any docs on that, so any hint is welcome!

cheers . Götz
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