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This server is at my house, so it is not really affecting a business. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 27, 2006 2:52 AM PST In reply to: Security Settings http://support.microsoft.com/kb/872769Interesting how MS takes over the clients. I've set the DNS on both client and server to 192.168.10.105 (server ip). If it works, I will let you know. weblink
Thanks! It's a security item in the software you use on 2003.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Security Settings by atechstl / December 27, 2006 2:33 AM PST In The gateway address is your perimeter router LAN address. That is my only arguement.
There's no suggestion of the cause in the error logs (there are reports of failed services that depend on connectivity such as the time server) networking windows-server-2003 share|improve this question edited This sweepstakes ends on November 17, 2016. thanks. Your SBS box won't connect to the internet until you run the CTIW "...
TechNet Products IT Resources Downloads Training Support Products Windows Windows Server System Center Browser Office Office 365 Exchange Server SQL Server SharePoint Products Skype for Business See all products Why would i not be able to reach the ip addres of the router, connected to a nic card with a static ip address on the same subnet? up vote 2 down vote favorite 1 Our windows 2003 server has stopped all connectivity. The wizard will then setup the SBS box's routing and remote access features.
Join the community Back I agree Powerful tools you need, all for free. This started about a month ago, so I am wondering if it was a hotfix that I installed on the server. Don't put in the SBS box in as DNS in this wizard. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/288091-sbs2003-clients-cannot-ping-ip-name-server-can-ping-clients Sorry for the long delay, got struck by a vehicle while on my bike.
With ISA in the mix you may not yet have internet access from the clients. A separate network switch is used to connect the SBS internal side to client PC's. The APIPA address....wil be assigned to dial-in clients. If you IT staffer can't do this, consider sending them to a TCPIP class or replacement.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - It is not the router by atechstl
OK, I was hoping this would resolve the "online, unable to query" problem but it did get all the clients connecting to the web and server, and no more timeouts, oddly They should not be. before I do that.... The immediate fix is to restart DNS then restart the IPSEC service (or of course restart the server).
NOTE: For Outlook 2016 and 2013 perform the exact same steps. http://cluefest.com/sbs-2003/sbs-2003-workstations-cannot-access-internet.html Bob,I believe that I am up to date as far the firewall issue on the client side since my firewall on my client computer is not disabled using SP2. No, create an account now. Do the Leaves of Lórien brooches have any special significance or attributes?
Help please :) eMicros 0 Comment Question by:eMicros Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/24186383/No-external-net-on-SBS-2003-No-internet-cannot-access-router.htmlcopy LVL 4 Best Solution byAustinDellMan Have you tied removing RRAS from the system, also I would disable one I can post all of the IP info if that helps, I'm hoping this is a simple problem because I am not too familiar with server 2003. Will look closer at the NIC. check over here The subnets for you networks needs to be different.
sorry i didn't add these things when reporting the issue. –chickeninabiscuit Jul 14 '09 at 1:19 add a comment| 3 Answers 3 active oldest votes up vote 1 down vote accepted Reversed change, all look ok, restarted server - cannot communicate with router still. Thank you.Steve Monday, September 05, 2011 5:29 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Only thing left is for the client to be able to view web pages, which
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I'm running SBS 2003 (native 2000) and windows 7 professional. if any one has any solution i will be delighted. 0 Pimiento OP STCankaya Nov 15, 2013 at 4:16 UTC 1st Post if you have routing and remote A 0 Sonora OP TimLang Sep 13, 2014 at 11:52 UTC I can access the internet, ping my terminal server and gateway device. It can ping gateway but not DC.
Clients still unable to connect to server or internet. If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? set it up as a 1 NIC solution, doesn't work at all. this content Another issue I find most people have with SBS is they tend to think they can configure SBS better by *not* using wizards which is a huge mistake considering the complexity
This is because your windows firewall/ ICS is trying to use the same resources. Check your Event Log, under System Tree, look for an error relating to "Service Control Manager". Funny that I can get out to the internet from the DC. I'm now going to uninstall the Network card on the client and reboot it to see if it picks up the new IP's and can see the server in Network places. I've removed the av software.
I admire you and your knowledge. Email Reset Password Cancel Need to recover your Spiceworks IT Desktop password? Applied a reg fix after finding a known network issue which occurs after server 2003 sp2 applied to sbs2003. Thanks!Click to expand...
Someone else may be able to recommend something less drastic.Click to expand... Would appreciate troubleshooting ideas. I only suggest the 254 is unusual because more commonly people put the router at either the bottom (.1) or top (.254) of the address space. You may also want to take a peek at this: http://www.smallbizserver.net/Default.aspx?tabid=151 pigster, Jul 31, 2005 pigster, Jul 31, 2005 #10 Aug 1, 2005 #11 Crashsector [H]ard|Gawd Messages: 1,126 Joined: Jul
Resolved issues presented in SBS2003 BPA. If the ethernet cable going into the external NIC is connected directly to a client PC, internet access works fine on that client PC, so it is NOT ethernet cable/router issue. I take it you haven't got a secondary DC? SBS 2003 acts as the firewall and my internet connection goes to network card one from my Vonage router.
This should resolve the issue. I hope this helps. STCankaya 0 This discussion has been inactive for over a year. The problem is not the router, as it can be connected to another pc with a static ip address on the subnet and it works.
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