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Suppose my company's domain is "", our department's domain is "dept". How to set dhcp server in order to let our department's computers to search Or I have to set up a dns server?

I use Linux as dhcp server, "option domain-search " is not helpful in dhcpd.conf

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What do you mean by "search"? – CIA Feb 23 '13 at 15:42

In dhcp server we have only one parameter to configure a domain name: option domain-name "";.

So... you need to create a sub-domain in you dns server:

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