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not in itself, but i'm sure you could made a script which watches the leases and adds and removes iptables commands when a lease is taken out. there is no such thing as a dhcp lease being "switched off" or anythign though, so you'd want short lease times i guess, and remove iptables entries when a lease expires.
Distribution: Gentoo with just the slightest suggestion of Xubuntu and basil
yeah that's exactly what I'm looking for but for a different purpose. I am setting up an nfs server and I only want trusted hosts with known mac addresses to be able to connect. While I was doing this research, though, I thought of a better way. Since the trusted mac's are static, I don't need dhcp to tell iptables which mac addresses are ok. I can just add static rules. It's an interesting concept though, and it would be a very useful feature.
oh well in that case, yes a static database would be much more preferable. potentially you'd be able to use the dhcpd.conf as that database so as not to have to duplicate the work, but yeah that's right on the money if it's only a local subnet.