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Avaya Voicemail server acting as DHCP server - WINDOWS 10 PRO laptop

I have a Windows 10 pro laptop that is picking up our Avaya voicemail server as the DHCP server and Gateway address. I also see a unknown DNS server address 208.67.222.220 and 208.67.222.220.  I was thinking virus.. but this laptop is right out the box.   I am still able to get onto the internet with these IP's.   Any thoughts?
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Martyn Spencer

8/22/2022 - Mon
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It shouldn't be... and wouldn't all my workstations be getting ip's from it?   It's suppose to just be a voicemail server.
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And the Voicemail server is a UNIX box.
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