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What does adding multiple routers in Server 2003 DHCP Scope Options do?

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I have connections from two ISPs going to two separate routers. Under Scope Options in DHCP, I can add multiple IP addresses for the Router option. It says "Array of router addresses ordered by preference" next to that option, but I am unsure what this is actually for.

If a client cannot reach the preferred router, does it use the next one in the list?
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Yes, you are correct
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