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add suffix of other domain to my dhcp

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how to add suffix of other domain to my dhcp
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Need alot more info. For a start, what is your DHCP server?
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Its on Windows 2003 server
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Set option 135 on your DHCP.
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I'do not have that option on DHCP
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To create these non-default DHCP options, you can do the following:
1. Click "Start", point to "Administrative Tools" and then click "DHCP".
2. Right-click the DHCP server, and then click "Set Predefined Options".
3. Click "Add".
4. Type options' name, option code, select a Data Type such as IP address
or String, if the data type is binary or encapsulated, you should select
the Array option.
5. Click OK and then go to Server Options or Scope options to configure the
option.
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