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ISC DHCP Fail over service on Solaris 10

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Hi Experts,

Is there some one who can share with me good HOWTO links on configuring ISC DHCP fail over on two Solaris nodes ?

Specially installing gcc compiler on Solaris 10 ?

Thanks a lot !
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Download the package from sunfreeware.com for gcc. http://www.sunfreeware.com/
Generally you have two dhcp with the same sope but different exclusions.
The linked article rather from a while back
http://www.madboa.com/geek/dhcp-failover/
Are you planing on compiling dhcp, or use the sun included dhcp server, or get the package from sunfreeware as well?
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Planing to compile the DHCP.

And we shloud be able to edit the dhcp table manually.
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See if the example referenced in the article helps.
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tnx !
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