What happens when "Auto state switchover interval" is less than "Maximum client lead time" in DHCP?

Published: 25/09/2018
What happens when "Auto state switchover interval" is less than "Maximum client lead time" in DHCP?
Source: SERVERFAULT.COM

I was wondering what happens when "Auto state switchover interval" is less than "Maximum client lead time" in DHCP? The question was raised after reading definitions of MCLT & ASSI: Maximum Client Lead Time: This determines two three things: A) The lease time for a new client request if the server responsible for that client is down and the other answers the request and B) The amount of ti

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