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I have also saw that this is the only machine that i cannot rdp with it's hostname. or a quick and dirty test would be to configure your wan card on your sbs to obtain it's address via the sonicwall DHCP and try to go on the internet. I'm new to networks although I have been a programmer for years. The windows firewall is disbled in the VM Guest.I am confused as to why my set up does not work. http://macinstruct.net/cannot-ping/windows-2003-cannot-ping-default-gateway.html

Show 6 replies 1. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. but still no luck... Default gateway is a linux machine doing the routing.

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You should be aware that there is > no > benefit to this unless the network adapters are teamed together, Dell can > possibly provide the necessary software if its a I don't understand what you mean by "I made my DNS server IP address as default gateway" you mean your running your DNS server on the same server that is acting Browse other questions tagged networking windows-server-2003 or ask your own question.

as they are all common defaults. Please type your message and try again. 6 Replies Latest reply: Jan 26, 2013 4:01 PM by psyphi7 VM Guest cannot ping default gateway - Bridge Network Adapter psyphi7 Jan 12, Art Bunch posted Jul 8, 2016 Cannot acsess my email DeVonne Colette posted Mar 5, 2016 Login,logoff,idle time tracking saran posted Nov 2, 2015 WSUS clients not connecting to... Cannot Ping Gateway I have found these news groups are the best way to get the right answers to my questions.

Router IP: 192.168.0.1 Internet NIC IP: 192.168.0.3 LAN NIC IP: 192.168.0.6 All subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 Any ideas? Regsvr32 Polstore Dll Server 2003 OS is is XP. If the external and internal are the same, where does it send the packet? 0 LVL 1 Overall: Level 1 Message Author Comment by:MOSTIN012008-06-25 Comment Utility Permalink(# a21866065) hi here's This is usually a check box >>> that >>> may or may not require checking in the router. >>> The second thing i notice is that your server appears to have

I will try http://support.microsoft.com/kb/912023 1 Pimiento OP Helpful Post Pipelaz Feb 6, 2014 at 5:23 UTC Yes !!! I can ping other servers from the problem server but I can ping the gateway. Guest I want to thank everyone for your excellent suggestions. I never recommend changing the Internal/Local unless you absolutely have to, and if you do, you MUST use the "change server IP" wizard for that.

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nor 192.168.254. It's on 192.168.10.14. Windows Server 2003 No Network Connection svizi, Nov 17, 2011 svizi, Nov 17, 2011 #8 Nov 17, 2011 #9 XOR != OR Pick your own.....you deserve it. Reinstall Tcp/ip Server 2003 Is there a different way I could this without using bridged network adapters?

Read up on tcpdump. weblink I would double check the IP configuration on the server, then try pinging the IP address of the server from the server. 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 It won't function with only one NIC. > > "James Yeomans BSc, MCSE, MCTS" > <> wrote in message > news:... >> Hi there, the first thing that springs to mind Cannot Ping Default Gateway Destination Host Unreachable

Why is looping over find's output bad practice? JR Re the DNS problem: See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/956189 This refers to SBS, but it applies to standard W2k3 as well. I ran SBS BPA and corrected the >>> issues >>> it uncovered except for not being able to ping the default gateway. >>> >>> Dell TS and I spent about 2 http://macinstruct.net/cannot-ping/windows-7-cannot-ping-default-gateway.html However, after the move and all applicable TCP/IP changes were made for the NETWORK NIC, I cannot ping default gateway or any LAN machine.

details: default gateway is : 192.168.1.1 2 x NIC's 1 - local connection - 192.168.1.71 2 - internet connection - 192.168.1.70 any suggestions on where to start would be great ... thanks !!!! 0 Comment Question by:MOSTIN01 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/23513850/SBS-2003-cannot-ping-default-gateway.htmlcopy LVL 77 Active 1 day ago Best Solution byRob Williams 4 guidelines with SBS -use the wizards -install all components try that...make sure you server isnt connected to the internet at the same time your connected to your home lab no my server is not connected to the internet...

Any way to get a packet dump on it?

The internal and external IP addressing should be using different subnets such as 192.168.1.x and 2192.168.2.x If you make any changes the LAN addressing has to be changed using the "change 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 but still cannot ping 192.168.1.1 ??? YES, as assinged by charter IP xxx.xx.31.255 GATE xx.31.254 SUB 255.255.255.252

It's like wireshark for linux. Do you have any pseudo interfaces on the machine that are 192.168.10.x? Swapped ethernet cable to no avail Here's what isn't working: Connectivity from the server to other hosts (including the same subnet). his comment is here I have automatically use DNS and obtain IP address as yes.

I am trying to set up an isolated lab with a VM host set up and some IP phones attached to the switch/router. I will run the recommended diagnostics and post on monday as well. some Sonicwall OSes don't play well with unknown IPs. Other than that I would suggest it is an ISA problem.

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, MenuExperts Exchange Browse BackBrowse Topics Open Questions Open Projects Solutions Members Articles Videos Courses Contribute Products BackProducts Gigs Live Courses Vendor Services Groups Careers Store Headlines Website Testing Ask a Question DHCP is dissabled on the router and enabled on SBS. Join Now My HP TEAM network adapter consisted of two physical adapters, after restart my server, I stopped seeing the network.

What do the system logs show? I ran SBS BPA and corrected the issues it uncovered except for not being able to ping the default gateway.