We have 2 DHCP servers and "ip helper-address" pointing to both for a given subnet on the router.
ip helper-address 10.0.0.1
ip helper-address 10.0.0.100
Clients get IP addresses from both servers, if you turn on a PC in the subnet, it gets the address from one server. After rebooting, it may get the IP from the second server and it will flip flop back and forth between the 2 servers.
Anyone know if you can tell the router to delay one of the helper-addresses? This way it will increase the likelihood of getting the IP from the same server all the time. I know moving one of the servers to a more distant subnet would help, but I'm looking for a command in the router to do it.