That's just the trick. It seems that the DHCP sevrer will first ping the address it will try to give out. When it gets a reply it will mak the address as "in use" and will continiue with the next possible one.
I've seen this in use, but try to get some people who have also experience with this.
You may have an implementation which checks and protects against duplicate address assignment. I am not confident that all implementations of DHCP server will do this. In general it is considered best practice to not have the same scope defined in different servers.
i dont think so it will creat the problem with duplicate ip address... as you are having the first half range of the ip address is excluded in one server and other half is excluded in other server... so if one clinet goes to switchA then it will have ip address from the first half range and if it will reach to the second server then it will have the ip address from the other half range... and client get the ip address from the server who get client request first and reponse to client...
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