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whatever it's called in Windows) is set to the internal IP address of the router. Please tell me if the external nic has an IP starting with either: 192.168 or 172.16 or 10. (sorry if you know public/private subnets already, just trying to be efficient)   Reset Post Submit Post Hardware Forums Desktop · 24,970 discussions Laptops · 2,480 discussions Hardware · 18,792 discussions Networks · 41,254 discussions Storage · 1,986 discussions Peripheral · 2,043 discussions Latest Maybe that's a clue for your digging. http://www.justskins.com/forums/clients-cannot-access-internet-136524.html

Not doing that prevents you from benefiting from about 80% of the features offered by SBS. Marked as answer by CareerG8 Solutions Ltd Monday, September 05, 2011 5:41 PM Monday, September 05, 2011 4:01 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote NIC connecting to router Are you configuring things manually or using the Connect to the Internet wizard? But looks like its much complicated than that.

Join the community Back I agree Powerful tools you need, all for free. Forgive me for being anuisanceif I've got this wrong. 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, Server can get on internet, clients can't (but you can get to the shared files on the server) unless I add the router IP to TCP/IP property's gateways.

Now my clients just went down again and can't access the Internet...however...the servers still can. I am able to ping the server from the client computers if I use the IP address of the server, but not if I use the name of the server. Can you also share the IP configuration of the client machine that cannot see the server? https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/22508837/SBS-2003-clients-unable-to-access-Internet.html I looked at the other keys around that, and found that they had DWORD values under them like: "explorer.exe"=DWORD:00000001 or "*"=DWORD:00000001 So create a "*" DWORD set to 1 under the

Crashsector, Aug 1, 2005 Crashsector, Aug 1, 2005 #11 Aug 1, 2005 #12 SJConsultant 2[H]4U Messages: 3,587 Joined: Jan 14, 2004 Crashsector said: I agree with pigster. The time now is 11:16 AM. Stay logged in Sign up now! These worked fine before when we had an NT 4.0 server, but since we got our new server, something (maybe policy restrictions or something) from logging into the domain restricts these

If it is using 10.0.0.1 or something, you won't be able to reach the internet. #5 n0cmonkey, Jun 27, 2004 Kadarin Lifer Joined: Nov 23, 2001 Messages: 44,304 Likes Received: additional hints Router address becomes default gateway. Networking Dec 13, 2009 Can Windows XP VPN Client talk to Win7 VPN Server Networking Nov 11, 2009 Is there any way to make Win95/98 clients login to a Window Server If you're interested in additional methods for monitoring bandwidt… Network Analysis Networking Network Management Paessler Network Operations Advertise Here 788 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past 7

Close Box Join Tek-Tips Today! this content Gateway properties has to contain server and router IPs.R 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Reponse To Answer by rudyard · 6 years ago In reply to Forwarders. If you're new to the TechRepublic Forums, please read our TechRepublic Forums FAQ. Copyright 2006 - 2014, JustSkins.com 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

To the OP - If you are still having client internet access problems, then please post the exact wording of the pages that are displayed along with the client IP address Change the router to 192.168.x.1 where 'x' is anything but '8'. not liberal not conservative Latest: Jaskalas, Nov 10, 2016 at 10:15 AM Politics and News AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Forums > Hardware and Technology > Networking > Toggle http://stevemattley.com/sbs-2003/sbs-2003-workstations-cannot-access-internet.html Thanks for the input. 0 LVL 74 Overall: Level 74 Windows Server 2003 30 Networking 8 DNS 7 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy2007-04-13 Comment Utility Permalink(#

Many thanks Steve Steve Monday, September 05, 2011 3:27 PM Reply | Quote Answers 1 Sign in to vote From your description it looks like you have two network ports However, I've decided to allow windows firewall on the clients. just curious.... 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Reponse To Answer by rudyard · 6 years ago In reply to A router is not a DNS ser ...

I can even access the server via FTP and VPN.

I am not certain for how long the internal network can work fine when server has lost the internet connection. Dr. I was able to run the setup wizard through IE on the client computers, and those computers are able to use the intranet site, but are not able to browse the Microsoft Customer Support Microsoft Community Forums Resources for IT Professionals   Sign in United States (English) Brasil (Português)Česká republika (Čeština)Deutschland (Deutsch)España (Español)France (Français)Indonesia (Bahasa)Italia (Italiano)România (Română)Türkiye (Türkçe)Россия (Русский)ישראל (עברית)المملكة العربية السعودية (العربية)ไทย

Should the gateway, DNS, and IP all be the same thing? Phew, access to NW resources is fine, I can even get my e-mail from Exchange and send/recieve mails from my client machine using Outlook 2003. For SBS with ISA I think you need to use different subnets on each one. check over here The SBS server and another member server can connect fine to the Internet.

Login. SJConsultant, Jul 31, 2005 SJConsultant, Jul 31, 2005 #8 Jul 31, 2005 #9 jojor512 [H]ard|Gawd Messages: 1,667 Joined: Jun 5, 2001 don't have to worry about ISA, its the standard edition, But again, the setup instructions would probably be helpful for you.https://store.opendns.com/setup/operatingsystem/windows-2008s 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Reponse To Answer by rudyard · 6 years ago In reply to Forwarders. What about the server TCP/IP properties?

I looked in RRA, and have disabled the 'basic FW' on the external NIC. Also Outlook connected to Exchange fine and internal emails worked OK. Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. thanks -RThanks -R 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Reponse To Answer by rudyard · 6 years ago In reply to one NIC or 2?

The client should then be able to access the Internet. This is just 'convention' though, you can theoretically put it anywhere you like (in the subnet). No joy. Domain server can access the > internet, but client computers cannot.

If you run the CEICW and take the choice to 'Disable firewall' ISA is left in place but put into a very simple mode. How can I verify if I am doing a double-nat and should remove the extra hop? The gateway address is your perimeter router LAN address. We've done nothing to config DHCP other than to turn it on.