i'm just wondering if it's possible. i don't want to hear about other solutions, since i know them. I just want to know if ISC dhcpd (or any other open source dhcp server) implement it.
Imagine that i have a subnet configured in my dhcpd and as part of this subnet i have two ip ranges/pools (A and B) with the same allocation policy. Is that true, that in this scenario, the dhcpd will do a round-robin for the address allocation?
Another question is: is that possible to assing to an ip pool two routers with different metrics?
My idea is: to have two ip pools, in the same subnet, allocating ip in a round-robing fashion from those pools and with two gateways using different metrics.
so for a subnet 192.168.100.0/24:
i will have two pools. Pool A (192.168.100.10-119) and Pool B (192.168.100.120-254). For the pool A i want to give router 192.168.100.1 metric 10 and 192.168.100.2 metric 20 and for ips from the pool B, router 192.168.100.2 metric 10 and 192.168.100.1 metric 20.
is that possible?