So I just discovered that a superscope can be used to group multiple DHCP scopes to assign IP addresses on the same network segment. WHAT? This has always been a no no in my experience. Can someone explain to me how the heck a client on the same physical broadcast domain (network segment) knows what scope to receive an IP address from in this scenario?
Found this description online
"Superscopes are also used to support DHCP clients on a single physical network segment (such as a single Ethernet LAN segment) on which multiple logical IP networks are used. When more than one logical IP network is used on each physical subnet or network, such configurations are called multinets"