Here is the scenario:-
I have 2 DHCP servers 192.168.1.1 (SERVER 1) & 192.168.1.2 (SERVER 2). Both are in Vlan 110 which is the server Farm.
Server One is setup to give out address that have been reserved by MAC address only. The other server will give out address to any client asking for a lease, but has MAC address filtering enabled.
All the clients live in VLAN 100, which have the two IP HELPER address associated with it.
Is the following correct?
When a client with a MAC address allowed to get an IP address from server 2 asks for an IP address the request gets sent to both servers. It wont get anything from server 1 because it only gives out address which have been reserved and that client MAC has not been reserved. It should get an address from server 2 because that is actively giving out address if the MAC address matches the allowed list, and it does match.
Does all this sound as though it will work?