I'm rearranging our network and putting some DHCP failover since we have a lot of machines, and even servers, getting IP addresses with DHCP.
Today we have a nice DNS topology with one master server and two slaves. The DHCP gives the slaves address to the clients, and recursion is only permitted on the slave servers. Considering this I want to do something like with DHCP.
The main ideia is have one primary DHCP server and two secondaries. But here's come the question: I don't know, and I haven't find it on the documentation if its a supported feature and if there's a way to put the massive DHCP load only on the secondaries.
Here is the documentation about ISC DHCPd failover: https://kb.isc.org/article/AA-00502/0/A-Basic-Guide-to-Configuring-DHCP-Failover.html; but it doesn't cover my usage scenario.
Thanks in advance,