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Is it possible to block dhcp requests/offers from clients with a specific domain suffix?

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Hi,

Is it possible to block dhcp requests/offers from clients with a specific domain suffix?

For example we have a public network and people keep physically plugging their corporate laptops into it and surfing the net.  We want to stop corporate machines from getting a DHCP address.  

We are currently using Windows 2003 Adv server for DHCP.

Many thanks
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You're going to need to add some additional security such as Radius/Internet Authentication Service to your environment.  DHCP can't do the job.

Microsoft has several guides:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/network/bb545879

Good Luck,
-gurutc
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Yes, it is possible use MAC Filtering in a Windows DHCP Server.
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Thanks we thought that would be the only way, I just wanted to check.  unfortunately I don't know the mac addresses and can't setup radius for this specific network so I will just continue to add clients to the dhcp deny list when I see them.
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