A couple of years ago I asked how to configure redundant DHCP servers.

Everyone replied that it could not be done, except for the last
response
with detailed (and easy) instructions on how to do it. Been running
three
DHCP servers on the same subnet for two years now.

The short answer is when configuring the Subnet Address Range, the
"Range
Type" MUST BE CHANGED from the default "Dynamic BootP and DHCP"
to "Dynamic DHCP". Just say no to BootP and you can set up as many
redundant DHCP servers as you like.

The thread was preserved in the Cool Solutions archive. You can check
it
out at
http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/.../tr_dhcp_nw.ht

ml#

For a techy description of why BootP screws up configuring multiple
DHCP
servers see TID 10060959