DHCP does not show the Server name

Hello Everyone,

I am setting up my server 2012. Right now I am setting up the DHCP and this does not show the server name just this IP address 169.254.88.110.

My server has 4 NIC cards and one Local area connection. At the beginning I setup the Local area connection with the server static IP but I received an error that one or more NIC cards have not had an static IP address . So I disabled the Local area connection and setup one of the four Ethernet card but now the server name is not showed on DHCP service.

I am sending you two pictures one of the DHCP and the other one about my network connections.

Thank you in advanced for your help. I will appreciate it.
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Agnes SevillaAsked:
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matrix8086Commented:
I don't see any of the two pictures The files are blank, but the size s not zero. Strange.

Anyway, 169.254.x.x is the range of APIPA, which means if a host have no static IP address and no DHCP server is available, the host takes an address from this range.

You must set static IP addresses for a host, in order to become DHCP server!

Best regards!

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Agnes SevillaAuthor Commented:
HI matrix8086,

Sorry if you could not see my pictures. By anyway thank you very much for your soon response.

I figure it out. I disabled all my NIC cards except one that have the static IP and now I can see the server name on DHCP service. So at this point this issue is resolved.

Thank you very much!!
Katrach0System AdminCommented:
Try disabling one of the extra NICs.
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Agnes SevillaAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for aggieto's comment #a40806346

for the following reason:

My server has 4 NIC cards. I had one with the static IP address.

 I disabled all my NIC cards except the NIC card that has the static IP and now I can see the server name on DHCP service. So at this point this issue is resolved.

Thank you
matrix8086Commented:
I gave aggieto a right answer, according with the solution that he applied: he left a static IP address and disabled the rest of NICs. The same thing I have told him: a host must have IP static addresses (one or more, depending on how many NICs the host has) in order to became an DHCP server ...
Agnes SevillaAuthor Commented:
Hello matrix8086,

I already had an static IP. But not problem; I guess when I asked my problem the first time and I wasn't explained clearly.

The Problem was not only the static IP address (that I already had it) also I had to disable the rest NIC cards.

I'm sure you were in the right direction and you had found the problem.

Again thank you for your soon response.
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