ISC DHCP and Kea shared-networks are not the same
This ticket documents differences between ISC DHCP and Kea shared-networks:
- in ISC DHCP any subnet is a member of a shared-network, e.g. the config parser creates an anonymous one when it finds a "plain" subnet
- in ISC DHCP localization aka subnet selection in fact selects a shared-network. In Kea the selected subnet has some kind of priority over its siblings in the shared-network
- Kea shared-networks come with a performance penalty for resources to access at the shared-network level vs the selected subnet
To be reference by the MA for shared-networks with more than one subnet (with one subnet the shared-network is removed).
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