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DHCP Lease Availability

Updated: December 11, 2007

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

Internet Protocol (IP) addresses are leased by the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server to its clients. Each lease has an expiration date, which the client must renew if it is going to continue to use that IP address. The DHCP server cannot issue leases to clients if the number of available IP addresses in the scope is insufficient.

Events

Event ID Source Message

1011

Microsoft-Windows-DHCP-Server

The DHCP service issued a NACK (negative acknowledgement message) to the client, %2, for the address, %1.

1012

Microsoft-Windows-DHCP-Server

The DHCP client, %2, declined the address %1.

1013

Microsoft-Windows-DHCP-Server

The DHCP Client, %2, released the address %1.

1020

Microsoft-Windows-DHCP-Server

Scope, %1, is %2 percent full with only %3 IP addresses remaining.

1063

Microsoft-Windows-DHCP-Server

There are no IP addresses available for lease in the scope or superscope "%1".

Related Management Information

DHCP Scopes

DHCP Infrastructure

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