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DHCP Probe FQDN

We are getting FQDN information from the DHCP probe.  When we click on the host/device, we can see the FQDN in the Device Profile.  Is there a way to run a report that will list all devices with the associated FQDN?

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Re: DHCP Probe FQDN

Creating a profile would work, but you have to be careful not to override other profiles that you are using in your rules.  You will probably end up pulling a bunch of endpoints into a profile.  If you are in monitor mode or just collecting data it shouldn't matter.

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Re: DHCP Probe FQDN

Did you try to go to context visibility endpoints? Then filter there and export a list?
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Re: DHCP Probe FQDN

Hi Jason,

Yes, however client-fqdn or any fqdn is not listed as a column.  Essentially, what we are looking to do is use the fqdn information to identify non-company owned asset.  Should we create another Endpoint Profile/Group for these devices and use a new condition (client-fqdn) notEqual to?  Then we will be able to see the devices in the GUI and filter on it easily.

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Re: DHCP Probe FQDN

Creating a profile would work, but you have to be careful not to override other profiles that you are using in your rules.  You will probably end up pulling a bunch of endpoints into a profile.  If you are in monitor mode or just collecting data it shouldn't matter.

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