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would love to see that bug actually. Were the only clients that were seeing this change of the router wireless?
How would it know to hand out the dns that was configured on the first dhcp server? And again it can not stop the packets from being seen by the other clients that are broadcasted. So it would be impossible for it to be faster while changing out the router and then rebroadcasting it.
While I don't doubt there was something odd going on, think we are missing the details of the actual problem. Changing out the gateway of some other dhcp servers packets with its own does not seem viable as what was actually going on to be honest.