Is it possible to use a single DHCP server to push completely different ranges of ip to different network interfaces in different LANs?
I have the Severs #1 and #2.
Severs #1: A DHCP server with a network interface called "enpA" which is connected to LAN A.
Severs #2: A DHCP client with an network interface called "enpA" which is also connected to LAN A. It has a network interface called "enpB" which is connected to LAN B.
LAN A: 192.168.56.0/24
LAN B: 10.0.2.0/24
I wanted the LAN A server (Severs #1) push an ip to the "enpB" (Severs #2) interface which is connected to LAN B. That is, is it possible to do this with a single DHCP server connected in LAN A?
If yes what strategy should I use with a DHCP server like the isc KEA?