Re: Client cannot connect to SBS2003
- From: "JMMach" <jmmach@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2005 19:30:25 -0500
I solved it! I noticed that both NICs (internal LAN on the Server and NIC on
the workstation) were transmitting but not receiving and then I discovered
my gaff. I sit here with egg on my face! the network cables were plugged
into the wrong NICs on the Server; the WAN cable was plugged in the internal
LAN NIC and the LAN cable was plugged into the WAN NIC.
Can you believe that?!?!?!??!
Nevertheless, thanks for your help.
"Cris Hanna [SBS-MVP]" <crisno_spamhanna@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote in message news:%23SkTDnX5FHA.1148@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> please post IPCONFIG /all from the server
> Cris Hanna [SBS-MVP]
> Please do not contact me directly. Please only repond here in the
> for the benefit of all.
> "John Oliver, Jr. [MVP]" <jcoliverjr@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > Did you run the Internet and Email Wizard in Server Management Console?
> > Also take a look at this site for some additional help,
> > http://www.smallbizserver.net/
> > --
> > John Oliver, Jr.
> > MCSE, MCT, CCNA, Exchange MVP
> > Microsoft Certified Partner
> > "JMMach" <jmmach@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > news:u1EYyCk4FHA.1596@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> >>I have attempted to setup SBS2003 with 10.0.0.2 as the server static IP
> >> address
> >> When attempting to connect a Windows2000 client to the SBS2003 network
> >> fails.
> >> Pinging 10.0.0.2 from the client results in a failure because
> >> "Destination
> >> host unreachable"
> >> Client IPCONFIG shows IP and SUB to be 0.0.0.0
> >> I have a 2 NIC setup on the Server: one for the WAN (external) and one
> >> for
> >> the LAN (internal). The WAN connection works and packets are sent and
> >> received without any problem, but the LAN connection show no traffic at
> >> all.
> >> And I cannot find the source of this problem.
> >> When I first enter the DHCP window and DHCP is the selected object -the
> >> root
> >> object - on the folder tree, the Status property displays "Not
> >> connected".
> >> Is there a document or check list that I can work through and confirm
> >> that
> >> various settings and configurations are what they are supposed to be?
> >> Any help on configuring SBS2003 would be greatly appreciated.
> >> TTFN
> >> JMMach
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