DHCP deleted reservations?
Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2005 07:11:05 -0800
We recently had a maintenance period where we shutdown our DHCP server for
5-6 hours. Upon bringing the server back up, we found that the DHCP server
lost a number of reserved IP addresses. This resulted in several machine
obtaining an incorrent dynamically assigned IP instead of the reserved IP.
We had to enter the reserved addresses again in order to get it fixed.
Why would the DHCP server do that? Is there something that I may have
missed? It almost seems like it lost the most recent changes and selectively
- Re: IPS address
... now that is is lost so I can get back on line again with that PC? ... Your TCP config is very likely configured to use DHCP. ... Your host gets a dynamically assigned IP address from the DHCP server ... Or did you really mean IPS instead of IP? ...
- DHCP Server address????
... Where do I enter the LAN address for the DHCP Server? ... My event log shows many "lost the lease for ..." ...
- RE: DHCP address releases
... logoff or shutdown. ... I believe it can be done using a GPO I might be wrong ... > so that if the local dhcp server dies, the request is routed to the quickest ...
- Re: Standalone Win2K Server
... The DCs is what sends out the broadcast to ... shutdown any unauthorized DHCP servers. ... >> standalone still operate as a general DHCP server? ... > (several simple meanings AND several deep meanings) ...
- Re: DHCP deleted reservations?
... >> We recently had a maintenance period where we shutdown our DHCP ... >> that the DHCP server lost a number of reserved IP addresses. ... In the event log there is this entry. ...