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I have made my DNS server IP address as default gateway for my switch. Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Intel(R) PRO/100 VE NetworkConnection Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-11-11-A7-78-AD Dhcp Enabled. On your DNS server have you run nslookup? I ran SBS BPA and corrected the issues it uncovered except for not being able to ping the default gateway. http://macinstruct.net/cannot-ping/windows-2003-server-cannot-ping-default-gateway.html
Why is the 'You talking to me' speech from the movie 'Taxi Driver' so famous? Do you have any pseudo interfaces on the machine that are 192.168.10.x? i'll keep you posted ...thanks 0 LVL 1 Overall: Level 1 Message Author Comment by:MOSTIN012008-06-26 Comment Utility Permalink(# a21873098) hi all well it now working ????? Recent Posts Menu Log in or Sign up [H]ard|Forum Forums > Bits & Bytes > Operating Systems > Windows 2003 machine cannot ping default gateway Discussion in 'Operating Systems' started by
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The items are in a rather random order, but I think this list covers most of what is new and d… SBS SBS 2003 System Drive Space Article by: Larry The Well do you have a default gateway set up on your server? asked 7 years ago viewed 28875 times active 4 years ago Visit Chat Linked 2 Exchange server not serving mobile devices - how to troubleshoot?
The time now is 05:43 AM. - CSS version TechExams.Net is not sponsored by, endorsed by or affiliated with Cisco Systems, Inc. i had a few niggles but reading lot of posts , sorted all barr 1 !!! I find out the way to solve that issue. Cannot Ping Gateway Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?
iOS UI/UX Mobile Adobe Creative Suite CS Android Advertise Here 786 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past 7 days. Regsvr32 Polstore Dll Server 2003 Client computers (XP Pro) get an IP address from the SBS but can't actually connect to the server or browse the internet. Take yourself to another level. Our firewall is 192.168.10.1.
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Regsvr32 Polstore Dll Server 2003
Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : central Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . : Node If so why? Windows Server 2003 No Network Connection The external NIC subnet is > less important, but it's still better to make it an unusual choice to > maximise future flexibility. > > You change the LAN IP address Cannot Ping Default Gateway Destination Host Unreachable Can you post the contents of the route print command (just the IPv4 part)? 2.
CONTINUE READING Join & Write a Comment Already a member? If you want to stay with two nics, and leave your router at 192.168.0.1, do this: Run the Change Server IP Wizard, and change it to 192.168.16.2, which is the default If so why? http://macinstruct.net/cannot-ping/windows-7-cannot-ping-default-gateway.html Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions.
thanks. I will run the recommended diagnostics and post on monday as well. router - Internet NIC - LAN NIC ?
This stops the IPSEC service runing and blocks all network access to and from the server.
Engineering Physics, M.S. Reply Subscribe View Best Answer RELATED TOPICS: Unable to ping to or from server Can not ping / communicate with Windows 2003 Server on one machine Windows Server 2003 suddenly stopped You have no congnectivity to other network segments. Quote jbaello Senior Member Join Date Jul 2007 Posts 1,198 10-23-200807:36 PM #19 If you already tried everything, from firewall/cable/etc.
What is this group isomorphic to? It won't function with only one NIC. >> > > And the two NICs absolutely have to be in different subnets. Its depend on firewall on the router. « Countinous generating application log | RDC to a cluster name? » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread Advanced navigate here On my Windows XP pro edition, i could not have my PC connected to the internet and my home lab at the same time, because then my home lab couldnt ping
This article is a compilation of my notes -- things I have learned first hand. If you have to change one, change the WAN/Internet one. There's no > advantage to it because any traffic that arrives at either NIC ends up on > the > same IP stack anyway. > Back to the same subnet issue,