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Cisco Router not displaying DHCP client hostnames

I've got a branch office configured to issue IP address from a Cisco Router (IOS 15.0). The router is successfully issuing DHCP addresses just fine. My questions is that when I issue the command "sh ...
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Wireless Clients unable to connect to internet

Our small office network consists of 2 windows 2008 servers, and 14 workstations (8 running windows 7 and 6 running windows xp) and 1 router(wired/wireless). The main server has DHCP, DNS, Active ...
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Host DHCP services on server or firewall/router?

I've been debating with myself about the best place for hosting a LAN's DHCP services. I have the option of either on a sonicwall firewall or a Windows 2008 server. The two things I was looking for ...
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Questions on DHCP server setup

I'm fairly new to networking of this so I have a lot of questions... any help is appreciated. I'm setting up a DHCP server and I've run into a few problems... Here is my current setup: Router IP: ...
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Can I just drop in a new DHCP server in place of my old one without breaking everything?

Right now, in my office, we have a Cradlepoint MBR1000 wireless router as our DHCP server. It's not as configurable as I'd like for it to be, and I need to set up a VPN, so I am considering replacing ...