Join Timothy Pintello for an in-depth discussion in this video Split-scope configuration, part of Windows Server 2012 R2: Configure Advanced Network Services.
- Next, I want to look at Split Scopes.…Split Scopes are where two servers support the same scope.…Usually one server will support 80% of the scope…and the other server will support 20% of the scope.…This is the default setup in Server 2012…when two servers support one scope.…This is also how previous versions of Windows,…before Server 2012 supported high availability…by splitting the Scope.…
The way we do it now with the Server 2012…is a much more efficient way of doing this.…When sent to Split Scope,…the first server has to have the scope fully configured.…The second server has to only have the DHCP role,…but not DHCP configured.…Again, this is the same kind of configuration…we had to have when we set up failover.…We had to have a DHCP server set up…and fully configured and then we had…to have a second DHCP server,…which I was using the demand controller for,…to have the DHCP role but not the DHCP fully configured.…
To make a Split Scope work you need…to go to the first computer and then go into…the DHCP management tool and then…
This Windows training course helps you study for the exams while learning advanced server administration techniques. Professor Timothy Pintello covers all of the core exam topics, including DHCPv6, primary and secondary DNS zone configuration, working with different DNS resource record types, VPN routing, certificates for direct access, IPAM admin delegation, and more.
- Implementing advanced DHCP solutions
- Configuring DNS zones
- Configuring DNS records
- Implementing advanced DNS solutions
- Configuring VPN and routing
- Configuring direct access
- Deploying and managing IPAM
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Implement an Advanced Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Solution
2. Configure DNS Zones
3. Configure DNS Records
4. Configure DNS Record Options
5. Implement an Advanced DNS Solution
6. Configure Virtual Private Network (VPN) and Routing
8. Deploy and Manage IP Address Management (IPAM)
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