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1 Kea High Availability vs ISC DHCP Failover

Kea High Availability (HA) was released along with Kea 1.4.0. Numerous improvements in the Kea server code had been applied to support this feature, but the HA functionality itself is included in the HA hook library (libdhcp_ha). The HA library addresses…

2 Kea Significant Features Matrix

This table lists the major feature differences for different releases of Kea. Feature Kea 1.0 Kea 1.1 Kea 1.2 Kea 1.3 Kea 1.4 Client Classes per pool X Client Classification - basic X X X X X Client Classification - boolean logic X Client Classification -…

3 Installing the Kea Premium Hooks Package

If you purchase the Kea Premium hooks from the ISC web site, you will receive an email with a link to download the package. This KB article takes you through the process of adding the hooks to your Kea configuration. (Please note that for Kea 1.4 and later…

4 Standard DHCP Options Defined in ISC DHCP and Kea

These tables showing which standard options are supported in each of ISC DHCP and Kea may be helpful in planning migration from one server to the other. If there is any doubt, the Kea User guide includes two tables: supported standard options for DHCPv4 and…

5 DHCPv6 and link-local IPv6 interface addresses

Problem: For DHCPv6 server, if we want dhcpd listening on a certain interface it requires a subnet declaration in dhcpd.conf which covers the interface's address, otherwise, the dhcpd server will refuse to listen on the specified interface. For example, we…