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Abandoned Leases -- two leases for each IP Address?

Superuser
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Good day everyone!

 

When I pull abandoned leases via the /leases API, I get two unique leases for each IP address. At first I thought I was getting duplicates, but looking at the _ref I see that is not the case.

 

I am confused as to what is going on here.

 

Any idea why I see two leases for each IP Address?

 

Thanks everyone!

 

Cheers,

 

   R

Re: Abandoned Leases -- two leases for each IP Address?

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Usually this is because DHCP Failover configured is configured.  With DHCP Failover, there is a lease stored for each of the appliances participating in the failover.

Re: Abandoned Leases -- two leases for each IP Address?

Superuser
Posts: 17
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Aaaah, now the universe makes sense again. Thank you!

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