I've recently started working for a company that uses an Exchange 2010 DAG. However, no DAG IP address is configured in the EMC, yet the system seems to fail-over correctly during an outage. What is the purpose of this setting within the EMC? DAGIP.JPG
I believe you have the static IP for your DAG, it's just you have set it from Failover Cluster Manager instead of from EMC.
By default the DAG will get assigned an IP through DHCP but it is best practice
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