DHCP scope utilization in linux

In windows there's a way to see DHCP scope statistics. In use, Addresses Available utilization %, etc.  GUI or Netsh CLI.  

Is there a way to do it in linux bind DHCP?

Please advice.
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Dmitri FarafontovLinux Systems AdminCommented:
Scripting of course is the answer.
https://www.ostechnix.com/monitor-dhcp-server-usage

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Shaun VermaakTechnical SpecialistCommented:
Here is the script from the blind link in #a42512315

#!/bin/bash

rm /tmp/showdhcp.log &
rm /tmp/tmp* &
tempFile=$(mktemp)

cat /var/lib/dhcp/dhcpd.leases \
  | grep \
      -e '^lease ' \
      -e '^  binding state' \
      -e hardware \
      -e client-hostname \
      -e } >$tempFile.1

sed -e "s/^lease \(.*\) {$/\1~/" \
    -e "s/^  binding state \(.*\);$/\1~/" \
    -e "s/^  hardware ethernet \(.*\);$/\1~/" \
    -e "s/  client-hostname \(.*\);$/\1~/" \
    -e "s/^}//" \
    $tempFile.1 > $tempFile.2

sed -e ":'loop';/~$/N;s/~\n/,/;t'loop'" \
    -e "s/,$//" \
    -e "s/,/\t/g" \
    $tempFile.2 | sort > $tempFile.3

sed -e'$!N;/^\(.*\)\n\1$/!P;D' $tempFile.3 > $tempFile.4

print=$(printf "IP Addr\t\tStatus\t\tMAC\t\tHost Name\n")
cat $tempFile.4 > /tmp/showdhcp.log &
sed -i "1i $print" /tmp/showdhcp.log 
#rm -rvf /tmp/Non_Active_User*
#rm -rvf /tmp/Active_User*
#cp -rvf $tempFile.4 /tmp/showdhcp.log &
free=$(grep -o -w 'free' /tmp/showdhcp.log | wc -w)
active=$(grep -o -w 'active' /tmp/showdhcp.log | wc -w)
echo -e ""
echo -e "--------- Total Count- Active & Non Active -----------"
echo -e ""
echo -e "Total Active User :"       $free
echo -e "Total Non Active User :"   $active
echo -e "------------------------------------------------------"
#sed -n '/free/p' /tmp/showdhcp.log > /tmp/Non_Active_User_$(date +"%Y-%m-%d__%H%M%S").log
#sed -n '/active/p' /tmp/showdhcp.log > /tmp/Active_User_$(date +"%Y-%m-%d__%H%M%S").log
rm $tempFile.* 
#rm -rvf /tmp/showdhcp.log
#rm -rvf /tmp/tmp* &

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Set correct permission on file
sudo chmod +x monitor_dhcp.sh

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To execute
./monitor_dhcp.sh

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Dmitri FarafontovLinux Systems AdminCommented:
Thanks for the accept!
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