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Proffitt Forum moderator / December 26, 2006 11:39 AM PST In reply to: Small Business Server 2003 internet problems To route to the router for the internet? By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and to receive emails from Spiceworks. We did try to add OpenDNS server to the Name Servers window using resolver1.opendns.com. Get 1:1 Help Now Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer? his comment is here

Someone else may be able to recommend something less drastic.Click to expand... Once I did that, everything began working again. I was able to put the DNSs in the correct place, flaush the DNS cache on the server and client, and we are back to square one. 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

Problem 2 - your External NIC should be 192.168.1.100 Read this MSKB on SBS2003 and internet access SJConsultant, Jul 31, 2005 SJConsultant, Jul 31, 2005 #4 Jul 31, 2005 #5 I just cannot ping ther router or bring up the router web page on the external NIC.. You did clue me in to looking closer at the firewall and the event that flagged the ipnat.sys issue. Would appreciate troubleshooting ideas.

Do you have any further links to this bug John? 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. The subnets for you networks needs to be different. If it is a routing problem, then how come it isn't doesn't affect other websites just myspace and netflix?

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Hooked up devices to a switch as well as direct to router, but same issue. Subnet mask does not change. Double quote value assignments stored in a CSV? When you run the CTIW wizard, always include your router LAN address as the default gateway and always use your ISP's DNS servers.

Attempting to ping the firewall returns "destination host unavailable". click for more info The firewall is disabled by default anyway by sbs2003. Join Now Hi,   I've just restored sbs2003 from a remote office to another server... As a result I then receive an error when the wizard attempts to finalize the firewall config.

I would probably change the router IP address to something like 192.168.9.254, then change the WAN network card to 192.168.9.2, then re-run the internet connection wizard.Alan Moseley Marked as answer by http://stevemattley.com/sbs-2003/sbs-2003-workstations-cannot-access-internet.html Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? do you have ISA Server installed? jojor512, Jul 31, 2005 jojor512, Jul 31, 2005 #5 Jul 31, 2005 #6 SJConsultant 2[H]4U Messages: 3,587 Joined: Jan 14, 2004 jojor512 said: ok, so I should just leave the "internal"

Recent Posts Menu Log in or Sign up [H]ard|Forum Forums > Bits & Bytes > Networking & Security > SBS 2003: cannot browse internet on client computers, intranet works however Discussion During the untap step, can I copy a vehicle with Felhide Spiritbinder's Inspired trigger? Router IP address is the same as the default gateway Clients are obtaining IP's automatically. weblink Edited by SuperGumby Monday, September 05, 2011 3:59 PM Proposed as answer by Dan Gardner Monday, September 05, 2011 5:28 PM Marked as answer by CareerG8 Solutions Ltd Monday, September 05,

CEICW should fix it. Still cannot log in to domain or ping DC. 0 Sonora OP TimLang Sep 14, 2014 at 8:44 UTC Will try updating NIC driver. 0 Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More...

The firewall is turned off on that router.

Happy Hunting. -jonH 0 Jalapeno OP Adam9204 Sep 14, 2014 at 12:16 UTC Hi, Check that something hasn't happened to your DHCP pool, i.e it's no longer configured. If you run the CEICW and take the choice to 'Disable firewall' ISA is left in place but put into a very simple mode. 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 ENTER HERE © CBS Interactive Inc.  /  All Rights Reserved.

Could keep the current one as the secondary. ISA Server Management 2004 is running. Looking at a server upgrade anyway. check over here DNS Servers . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.8.2 AND CHANGE THE ROUTER ADDRESS TO 192.168.9.2 and then run CEICW again.

It seems like it is a dns/firewall issue but i dont know enough about it and we have changed nothing at all but it has stopped working. The SBS 2003 server can ping anything on the network, can ping itself and can even Google. I have a static local IP for the SBS 2003 server (192.168.1.9) and my verizon router (192.168.1.1) finds Should the Local Area Connection properties on the server be set the same? asked 7 years ago viewed 28863 times active 4 years ago Linked 2 Exchange server not serving mobile devices - how to troubleshoot?

I now routinely do this on all W2k3 installations.