Two servers in the same forest/organization would share the same recipient update policy as defined for that enterprise. I think it would be worthwhile checking out information on RUS so you better understand the answer -- which is yes.
You can have the same proxy address span multiple servers, as long as you specify the policy to stamp a particular address space. Please take a moment to look at Microsoft's Recipient Update Service and the following screen shots.
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