Creating a Resilient Network Infrastructure with Windows Server 2012
You are updating your network implementation for core Windows servers. As a standard practice you want to have redundancy in DHCP so you implement DHCP Failover. You then configure IPAM to track IP address allocation of your DHCP servers. Next you implement DNS Sec for DNS resolution. Finally you configure all servers to have at least a two NIC teams to ensure failover in the event of a switch failure. Featured: 1. Deploy DHCP Failover, 2. Deploy IPAM, and create a new DHCP Scope with IPAM, 3. Implement DNSSec, 4. Validate DNS traffic is encrypted, and 5. Validate that single DCHP failover does not affect address acquisition.