DHCP server using MSHOME.NET instead of

By jtobgen ·
Need help please!!!...

Before, our DHCP server's Fully Qualified Domain name is, but all of a sadden our DHCP server getting a MSHOME.NET instead of The effect of this is that the workstations can't get an IP Address.

Any idea will do... Thank you so much in advance.

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DHCP Manager from Control Panel

by oldbaritone In reply to DHCP server using MSHOME. ...

click/expand the server, click "Server Options"

Option 015 - DNS Domain Name

Check the Scope / Scope Options too, same place.

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Server Options

by jtobgen In reply to DHCP Manager from Control ...

Thank you sir for reply. Btw, I already did config before the appeared.

Any advice sir?

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by iykeys In reply to DHCP server using MSHOME. ...

To solve this problem is very simple. Firstly make sure you specify the Domain name during the DHCP configuration Under the Domain Name and DNS Servers. For example, if your Fully qualified computer name is, you must specify this under new scope wizard in the Domain Name and DNS (The Parent Domain) option during intial installation of dhcp server. Some people will simply add the IP address under the (IP address option) or the name of the server under (Server name) option. They forget that the Parent domain must be fully specified. Try this it will work.

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