Networking: DHCP Server for Additional IP's
Extend the DHCP server to support IP Ranges from the Additional Addresses
It's impossible to have more than one DHCP server on a NIC, UNLESS you use VLANs (which do work in the UTM).
Also, multiple networks on the same switch (without VLANs) is insecure.
If you have more then one subnet on a physical nic, maybe you wont a dhcp server that gives ip addresses from a other subnet then the standard witch is configured on the nic. maybe for guests in your lan.
Bob Alfson commented
I guess I don't understand why this would be needed or desirable.
david haman commented
I completely agree with this
this would be a great implementation