It's no secret that DHCP is a critical component in network infrastructure. On most networks, client computers use DHCP to receive their IP address information. The problem is, unlike DNS, making DHCP highly available hasn't always been a straightforward task. If a DHCP server fails and isn't returned to service quickly, clients will be unable to access the network because they won't have valid IP addresses. Unless you have a monitoring solution in place, it's likely ...
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