I know there are mixed feelings about running multiple DHCP servers on one LAN, but I'm wondering about the best way to set their ranges.
In my case, I have a router which performs DHCP and also my Ubuntu Server which I use for FOG ghosting (among other things of course). Since FOG packages itself with a DHCP server, I figured it best to use it and help things run smoother for FOG. I'd probably rather run just one DHCP server so that I could look over all the leases in one place.
Anyways, is it better to distribute the ip ranges among the DHCP servers? or is it okay to just overlap them. or is there even a difference.
Also, would it be possible (and advantageous) to have my wireless router service only the wireless requests, while having the Ubuntu Server Box service the Ethernet ones?