70-413 Chapter 2 Lesson 1

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Maintaining a DHCP database

Last Updated On : Thursday, May 28, 2015Maintenance of a DHCP database involves backing up and restoring the database. The location of the database and its backup location can be configured at the server level within its Properties sheet, as shown in Figure 2-8. FIGURE 2-8 Configuring the location of the DHCP database, as well […]

Implementing and configuring a DHCP Management Pack

Last Updated On : Thursday, May 28, 2015The DHCP Management Pack, part of the Operations Manager component of Microsoft System Center 2012, enables advanced logging and monitoring of the DHCP environment. For example, the DHCP Management Pack enables monitoring of the availability of the DHCP service, the filtering status, and the status of scopes to […]

Implementing DHCP filtering

Last Updated On : Thursday, May 28, 2015DHCP filtering, sometimes called link-layer filtering, enables you to configure how the DHCP server responds to requests for address and network information. DHCP filtering enables the DHCP server to send information only to known clients or deny information to specific clients. This is especially important in a data-center […]

Designing highly available DHCP solution

Last Updated On : Thursday, May 28, 2015DHCP is a vital service on an enterprise network. Without it, clients can’t obtain IP addresses and information such as DNS servers. For this reason, DHCP is frequently deployed in a highly available manner so that if one server becomes unavailable, another can take over. This section examines […]