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  • Not sure if this will help but anyway, I don't use vlans any more, but do have 3 sub-nets in my home/office environment for clients -, and Have two dhcpd servers, both of which can provide addresses on all three subnets. They are running ISC's dhcpd, as Nick indicated, and have a master/slave synchronizing relationship. Each client has a specific number for the last position in the guad-dotted address. Addresses are assigned by MAC. For example my Windows 8.1 laptop is assigned 39. So if it is connected to the sub-net it receives a address, similarly or when connected to either of the two other sub-nets.