dhcp best practices
Posted on 2010-09-22
1st off don't laugh. this is an embarrassment to the IT World
So i just started working at this company and man i have to say their network is jacked up.
they have 2 DHCP scopes running on two different servers
the DHCP scope has no reservation allocated for the networking gear or the servers
their servers have 2 active nics (some 3) on the same network - no sub-netting.
they have a slew of ip-conflicts weekly (attributed by the servers being in the same pool as the dhcp scope)
What i would like to know is this
1. by removing the homing nics will it increase performance?
2. how is this setup bad?
sorry just ranting and looking for good answers