Hello everyone,

Has anyone experianced the following (and managed to resolve it)?

We have a 3 node cluster, based on NetWare 6.5 SP1.1 + some post SP1.1
patches. We created a Cluster Resource for DHCP, according to the specs
of Novell. All seems to work fine, exept when looking at "ipconfig /all"
at the workstation, it displays the Node IP-address as the DHCP server
instead of the Cluster Resource IP-address.

Looking at the Log of the DHCP server, I see the following entry:

<Some Blabla>
AMAServerIPArray, first three values: 10.1.15.1 , 0.0.0.0 , 0.0.0.0
<Some Blabla>

This is the Node IP-address and not the Cluster Resource IP-address. The
following is the Cluster Resource Load script:

# Loading Cluster enabled DHCP Services
CLUSTER CVSBIND ADD ZZDNSDHCP 10.1.15.31
NUDP ADD ZZDNSDHCP 10.1.15.31
add secondary ipaddress 10.1.15.31
CLUSTER DHCP .CN=<NCPSERVER>.OU=SVR.O=SVC.O=<ORGANIZATION>.T=<T REE>
load SYS:SYSTEM\DHCPSRVR.NLM -d3 -servaddr=10.1.15.31

It seems like DHCPSRVR.NLM is not picking up the --servaddr parameter???

Here is some version info:

DHCPSRVR.NLM: 3.13.03
TCPIP.NLM: 6.54.10

All will work fine, until the resource fails over to another node, then
all workstations will time-out on their DHCP-Renew request... Any
suggestions would be greatly appreciated!