Windows Server 2016 – DHCP configure failover

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Open DHCP console, expand the server and right-click IPv4. Click Configure Failover Select the scopes you want. Click Next. Click Add Server. Select a server from the list, or add another server by clicking Browse. The server that you will add should not have the same scope. Click OK. Click Next. You need to decide what kind of failover you want. If you click the drop-down list at the right of Mode you will see the two available modes. Specify a name and a shared secret. If you choose Hot standby you need to…

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Windows Server 2016 – Failover Cluster and Network

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To display the current states of the networks you can use get-clusternetwork cmdlet in PowerShell Or you can open Failover Cluster Manager and select Networks at the left panel Select a network and then at the right panel click Properties. Here you can choose if the network will be used for cluster, client communication or no communication at all. With get-clusterNetwork, you can also configure the above setting. (get-clusteNetwork “Cluster Network 1”).name = “CNET 1” # change the name (get-clusteNetwork “Cluster Network 2”).role = 0 # change the role propertie…

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