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Hi there,
When I go to my DHCP scope under addresses leases some of the addresses show some mobile devices names.mydomain.com.  Is it normal for a DHCP server to show '.mydomainname.com' at the end of these devices even if the devices are NOT the member of the domain.
Suggest please.
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yes it's normal, it's because you give a domain suffix in the dhcp scope settings.
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