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Howto - configure clients to release leases on shutdown PDF Print E-mail
Written by David Noel-Davies   

When a Win2K or later client that already has a DHCP lease tries to boot, it attempts to renew its lease with its previous DHCP server by sending a DHCPRequest packet. If the DHCP server responds with a DHCPAck packet, the client renews its lease. If the DHCP server responds with a DHCPNack, the client restarts the lease process.

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Howto - Restore the DHCP Database PDF Print E-mail
Written by David Noel-Davies   
To restore the DHCP Database just perform one of the following:-
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Howto - Move a DHCP Database from one server to another PDF Print E-mail
Written by David Noel-Davies   
Perform the steps below on the server that currently hosts the DHCP Server service. Be warned that while doing this no DHCP clients will be able to start TCP/IP so this should be done outside working hours.
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Howto - Stop a DHCP Relay Agent PDF Print E-mail
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To Stop a DHCP Relay Agent

All you have to do is stop the DHCP Relay Agent service:

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Howto - Create a DHCP Relay Agent PDF Print E-mail
Written by David Noel-Davies   

If you have routers separating some of your DHCP clients from the DHCP server you may have problems if they are not RFC compliant. This can be solved by placing a DHCP relay agent on the local network area which is not actually a DHCP server which communicates on behalf of the DHCP Server. The DHCP Relay Agent must be a Windows NT Server computer.

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