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Top gerald_clark Posts: 10596 Joined: 2005/08/05 15:19:54 Location: Northern Illinois, USA Re: strange network problem of 4 pcs within a router Quote Postby gerald_clark » 2008/02/22 14:49:34 Sounds like a DNS Web and e-mail were transferring to and from the 52 server (NAT routed server) just dandy. They usually only guarantee a good signal to the house, not necesarrily inside, and possibly not to where you have your internet modem ie thru walls/cables/splitters/etc .. This happens even with no security wep/wpa at all. http://ipbillboard.com/strange-windows/strange-windows-problem.html
I have tried to revert the IP config to exactly as > > before, and rebooted all machines including workstation, both servers, the > > DSL router, and the Linksys NAT I've had hang and crash problems with the v6 models. It would be rather embarassing if the problem were caused by your test PC going into standby or power save mode after 1 hour. It's Time Warner. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/27479118/strange-windows-routing-problem-with-network-drops.html
Please try again now or at a later time. Once the modem connected, network traffic still worked correctly, but the traffic going out thru the modem did not work. Look at the serial number label and find the FCC ID number. I got a new modem from his isp and did not hook up the router.
Then I added the 52/NAT address again > so > > that the NAT address is the alias. Did you update the firmware? Please give me further advices, thank you.yyagol wrote:Are the PC's behind NAT ? Well, think about it.
Here's an example of what I'm saying Let's say 192.168.0.2 is the windows server with the internet connection, 192.168.0.1 is the linux server, and 192.168.0.3 is my desktop XP machine. 192.168.0.1 thanx ive enabled the dhcp server is that the same as obtaining ip addresees automatically also i have applied the dns server addresses already so ill try the option to get I pinged the 52 > server by host name and saw the IP resolve to the 52 address rather than the > 198 address as specified in the DNS table on They are an essential part of networking that can be easily ignore or misunderstood, my goals is to show those who don't have a strong network foundation how network ports opera…
Top yyagol Posts: 1015 Joined: 2006/06/10 18:27:44 Location: 32 4′N 34 47′E Contact: Contact yyagol Website Re: strange network problem of 4 pcs within a router Quote Postby yyagol » 2008/02/26 http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/237920-45-strange-windows-start-problem Then it's NOT the router. That should work imho. 0 LVL 1 Overall: Level 1 Message Author Comment by:Wayside_Tech ID: 372433782011-12-06 the modem does connect to the 192.168 network yes. I have tried to revert the IP config to exactly as > before, and rebooted all machines including workstation, both servers, the > DSL router, and the Linksys NAT router, but
Don't even bring NAT into the discussion yet. check over here if you see the above screenshot, you can see that I did try to do what you had said earlier, but when this was the case, the modem traffic transmission did What happens is that if I set the default gateway on my XP desktop machine to point to my windows server (which is sharing an internet connection with rras), routing works Could the ethernet card be sending something out to the router to disable it that resetting temporarily fixes?
The > dedicated server on 192.168.1.52 connected to the router had an alias IP of > x.x.x.198, same as the NAT router. (Let's call this the 52 server.) > > So yksmir Reply With Quote 07-04, 11:47 PM #5 Re: strange modem/router problem - help On Jul 1, 5:34am, yksmir wrote: I had about the same problem. I dont want it to dynamically add the routes, I just want a single static gateway. his comment is here What's my next step?
The 52 server can access most of the Internet, > but it cannot access the 197 workstation nor the Windows 2003 Server. > > My friends from their homes are able Read the use case whitepaper. Then all internet was lost again.
Now, suddenly, my workstation cannot > > reach the 52 server at all.
Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Simply connected the modem and bypassed the router, Didn't help. HP NC7782 Gigabit Server Adapter
Network Destination Netmask Gateway Interface Metric
0.0.0.0 Point your browser to: http://192.168.100.1/ to get to the modem diagnostics page.
If it's his ethernet card I would think that the wireless internet should still work with a laptop... Abdu Alwany posted Feb 2, 2017 wireless Internet connection... It works properly like this if I set the gateway as the windows server, but I'd prefer to have it done properly using linux -- ie: i'd like to know what's weblink New modem and new router but the same problem.
The 52 server can access most of the Internet, > but it cannot access the 197 workstation nor the Windows 2003 Server. > > My friends from their homes are able Here's the real kicker. I have tried to revert the IP config to exactly as > before, and rebooted all machines including workstation, both servers, the > DSL router, and the Linksys NAT router, but Sorry.
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