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Question: problems setting up DSL / DHCP server unreachable

Hi

I've been looking all over the internet to try and resolve this, but I couldn't find a solution... here goes:

I've been unsuccessful in trying to set up my Verizon DSL connection. According to Verizon tech support, the phone line is fine and my problem in connecting lies at home.

The details:

-I haven't been able to run account setup for my DSL service because I'm getting a problem in connecting

-I'm running Win2k

-I'm connected to the DSL Modem with a Belkin NIC

-The connection shows that it's active, BUT it only sends packets, doesn't receive them.

-When I ran ipconfig, my ip was in the 169.254.xxx.xxx range, and Autoconfiguration Enabled read Yes

-When I went to release my IP, I got a message that said
"All adapters bound to DHCP do not havee DHCP addresses. The addresses were automatically configured and can not be released."

-From the Microsoft web site, I followed instructions to disable APIPA found here ->microsoft support link

-Now ipconfig reads my ip as all zeros, and I get an error when I try to run the command /renew that says the DHCP server is unreachable

Help?
Thanks in advance

Tim

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Answer: problems setting up DSL / DHCP server unreachable

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I have had a network for almost two years with no problems, and for some reason my laptop has not been able to get online for about a week. It did this once before last year sometime, and I phoned Bellsouth; they said to shut down all the computers and then restart them, and that fixed the problem. It did not help this time.
I have tried everything I can think of.

My laptop is a Sony Viao with Windows 2000. I am using a Linksys router and wireless card with my Bellsouth Westell DSL modem. Someone else set up the network for me, but I don't have contact with that person any more to help me. I will probably phone Bellsouth again, but thought I'd try this, too. I tried Linksys' live chat but they kept getting disconnected.

When I type in ipconfig /release it says it's already released. When I type in ipconfig /renew it hangs a long time and then tells me that the DHCP server is unreachable.

I have three computers. One is this Dell I am currently typing on, with XP, and it is connected directly (wired) and works fine. Sometimes the connection goes out and I have to unplug the modem and plug it in again and then it works fine. That has always been true, though.

I have another Dell, an old one with Windows 98, and it is wireless. We don't use that one very much because it's slow, but it has a wireless connection and sometimes it can't get online, either. It has troubles but sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. That's been for ab... Read more

Answer:DHCP Server unreachable/wireless connection out

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"DHCP server unreachable" error message.
Could you please help me?

I have a crossover cable between my laptop and my home PC, with my laptop as the main computer. I have the laptop IP set to 192.168.0.1, and the Home PC to 'Obtain and IP address Automatically'.

This set up actually worked for some time. Sometimes, when I open up the command prompt and type in 'ipconfig', it gives me a 168.xx.xx.xx address, and I just type in 'ipconfig /release' and 'ipconfig /renew' and after a minute of waiting, I used to get a 192.168.0.XX address. After this, I was able to share the Internet Connection between the 2 computers, the files etc.

But of late, I have not been able to get this 192 IP address. After typing in 'ipconfig /release' and 'ipconfig /renew', after a minute of waiting, I get a "DHCP server unreachable" error message.

I have tried restaring the PC etc etc, but I continually get this same message. I can ping 192.168.0.1 from the Home PC if I put in a 192.168.0.2 address on the Home PC, and I can even share files.... but I am NOT able to share the Internet connection!!

Please suggest what needs to be done. Thank you!!

Any help at all is welcome.
 

Answer:"DHCP server unreachable" error message.

perhaps ur IP has detected this. Could this possibly be not allowed by ur ISP? If so, your ISP probably did something to keep you from doing this. Also, for better results, use a router it works much better and you are usually always garunteed 100% uptime and no problems.
 

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Can Windows 98 be set up as a DHCP Server?

If so, how is it done?
 

Answer:Setting up Windows 98 as a DHCP Server?

Nope....Win98 has no such capability
 

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Currently we have 25 servers where I work. The other day we had our one and only DHCP server go down and were not able to fix it. Luckily the other server in the cluster had DHCP setup and just needed to be set to authoritative and everything was back and working.

However the problem remains and the original DHCP server was unable to be fixed which means we only have 1 with no backup.

Because of this I need to setup a backup server incase this happens again. Would the best way to do this be to setup DHCP on another server exactly how it is on the production one and have it disabled. Then if something ever happens just make the backup the authoritative one?

If there is a better way please let me know but this is the best I could come up with.
 

Answer:Setting up a backup DHCP server?

Well the ultimate solution would be to change everything to static. Then it doesn't matter if the DHCP goes down.
 

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Hello,

I have installed 4 AP through a switch to my NAT connection for internet.
The AP are Linksys WAP54G set on static IP no security settings.
Now my problem is that the laptops are not getting correct IP
but if i set it manually everything works fine.
Can someone tell me why i'm not getting an IP from DHCP.
 

Answer:Solved: DHCP unreachable

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Hello, my xp has had the "limited/no connectivity" warning for a while but it did not effect my connection at all until recently. i have zero connectivity now on my vista and xp while connected to the router. (sorry in advance I'm not very knowledgeable with networks)
Its a wired network Modem(broadband) -> router(d-link di604) -> pc1(xp)/pc2(vista)
i cannot log into my router from my browser, i cannot renew my ip from cmd as it cannot connect to "dhcp server"

right clicking on my lan network icon and trying to repair does not work because it cannot renew my ip

i have also tried restarting, disabling and enabling network card, reseting and unplugging modem and router, crossing my fingers.

all the appropriate lights are on...

im not sure what other information regarding this i can provide

any help with this would be welcome
Thank you
 

Answer:Solved: di604 cannot log onto router, cannot /renew ip(dhcp unreachable), limited/no

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here's my setup:
-internet is through a westell 2200 DSL modem.
-Verizon gave us a static IP, gateway, dns, etc.
-modem is connected to a D-Link's DFL200. it's a router/fw/etc.
-i setup the D-Link's wan with static config provided by Verizon.
-i turn on DHCP server on the lan of the D-Link
-i have internet access.

the problem is that i want to enable the company network to be online as well. how do most people do it? i connected the D-Link's inside LAN to our network switch.

our network is w2k3-based AD/DHCP/DNS server serving about wxpp 20 clients. when i hook the D-Link to the network, none of the clients can get internet, but when i connect the D-link to a single client, i get internet. i've tried relaying DHCP server to our PDC (w2k3) but still no internet. is there a config i'm supposed to do on the D-Link or PDC that i'm missing?

how do people do it?

if i turn off DHCP completely, i get no internet connection from D-Link's inside LAN either through direction connection to a single client or through network. i guess these routers/firewalls require their internal DHCP to be on for internet to be enabled. that true?

i know a network can have more than 1 DHCP servers, but this one won't play nice? advice?
 

Answer:How do you reconcile your router/firewall's DHCP server w/your PDC's AD DHCP server?

actually, a network CANNOT have more than 1 DHCP server unless you configure different scopes on each one. if you have both managing the same leases you're going to double-book all your internal IPs and no one is going to get on the intarweb . . . . which you may have noticed is exactly what is going on here.

turn off the DHCP server on the DLink entirely. the reason your clients cannot access the internet using your windows DHCP server is because (my guess which i am 99% confident is correct) you did not set the scope options . . . specifically the one called gateway or router. this value should be set to the IP address of the DLink. it's the default route the clients will go to get to any other network other than the one they are part of.
 

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Work in school with about 35 w98 clients and nt 4 server, recently had broadband installed so I had to change the IP address on the server as requested by broadband company then set up new dhcp scope for clients. Server reboots with new ip but cannot release and renew ip addresses on clients. (I had logged them all on ready.) Activated and reactiveted scope, changed ip back to orginal it all works but when you change it back to new settings clients can't see server, I gave one client a static address from the new range (an excluded number) and it logs on sweet as a nut - so I'm thinking dhcp problem. Also when I do IPconfig on server it gives 2 nic addresses for one mac address why?Any help would be appreciated!
 

Answer:nt server dhcp problems

Begining is the best solution!! hehe! So, You should do your DHCP as a new one, anyway, you were given a new IP, so it's absolutely new, isn't it!
Try mine!
Seperate DHCP from network, simply unplug the connector!
Stop DNS, delete your DHCP scope.
Uninstall, yes, uninstall you NIC!
NEXT! Do it in reverse!
Reinstall you NIC by restarting Windows! type cmd in Run command and ipconfig /all. How many NIC you have now? ( ofcourse, after you set the static IP, subnet...)
Restart DNS.
Create new DHCP scope, activevate,... ( Be sure you do it completely right).
Now, renew until DHCP work, ( Until you see the green light, you knew it).
Now, test DHCP in client by plug the connector!
Try this first!
 

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Hi, I am using a PC (Windows XP) on a home network that is otherwise dominated by Macs, and it has been able to connect to the internet before, but it really only works when I do a full system restore where I reinstall windows and erase my HD and I'd rather not want to do this again, since I am tired of reinstalling all my crap.
Now as far as I can tell, the problem with the connection lies not in that the computer does not know how to connect to the internet, but rather that it doesn't know it is connected to the cable modem through a router. I think this because the IP address on the LAN connection is never one that all the other computers on the network have (- one that starts 192.168.1.x). I have tried a couple of times to use the network wizard, but it either says that there was an error configuring the network, or more often than not, it finishes, but the internet still doesn't work. Also, when I try to repair the connection, in the connection status window, it says it has a problem renewing the IP address, which does not work since it has problems contacting the DHCP server (I tried running "ipconfig/renew" in cmd.exe). Does anyone know how to get the computer to connect to the DHCP server?
I hope I have given enough background on the situation, if you need any more system info, please ask. Thanks in advance
 

Answer:Problems contacting DHCP server

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Okay, so I've been getting this problem while connecting to my college dorm's network. Whenever I plug in an ethernet without modifying some settings, my computer doesn't even respond to the cable being plugged in. Going into my LAN adapter settings, I tested if a cable was even being recognized, and it was not.

The first thing I did was install a new driver for my LAN adapter, which at first did nothing. Then I started fiddling around with something called Link Speed and Duplex Settings, because it's description said matching these settings to the network's can sometimes invoke a response. Originally set at 'auto configuration', I changed these settings to 100 mbps and got a response, but didn't connect to the network. All sorts of problems come up like "Didn't recognize a DHCP server, Windows obtained automatic IP address settings". It will try to connect to the network, but ultimately takes 2 minutes or so to come up with these errors.

So next I tried the 10 mbps setting, and for some reason, this makes everything work completely fine without issues. Except I can now only get extremely slow internet speeds in exchange for internet actually working. I also tried buying a $15 NIC card to go into my unused PCI slot, but my computer won't even accept the new NIC. Booting up my computer will make it go through this continuous power restart cycles without actually displaying anything on screen.

Currently I'm usi... Read more

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hii alli had some problems with the dhcp concepts :what is single server / multiple server solution ?? and what's relay agent ?i hope someone can help me as soon as possiblethanx for your support

Answer:requestion about dhcp server, some questions about planning a dhcp to a network

Is this a homework task? You can just Google  "single server solutions" and get lots of info. Is that what you want? If you want to set up a server at home or school just to learn how it works, you need to talk to the people on the Linux forum. Linux is often used as a server on a desktop PC. At the present time many small companies single servers.

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one of our NT guys just brought something to my attention.

out DHCP/DNS server has an interface on the production network, as well as a backup interface (backup network)

the backup network is a parallel network (physically seperated network hardware) and is not routed/connected to the production network. it is completely isolated for backups only.

i always make sure they do not put a gateway address on the backup network (there is no router, it's a flat network), so that no traffic accidentally goes out that interface

when they did a capture/trace on the backup NIC, they were seeing packets (DHCP ACKs/replies) from the production interface.

so say the routed / production IP of the DHCP server is 10.0.0.5

when you look at the trace on the backup interface, you are seeing the DHCP ACKs/replies from source: 10.0.0.5, destination 255.255.255.255

so it looks like the server is packaging the IP header / DHCP ACK as a layer3 broadcast, and thus sending it out every physical interface.

does anyone know why the server would be doing this, and not just sending out the DHCP ACK on the interface it received the request on?
 

Answer:DHCP server broadcasting DHCP acks out all interfaces?

Do you know the Server OS and DHCPD name and version (if not Windows)
 

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I'm running a simple network at home with a Linksys BEFSR41 router. I have two computers hooked up wired and a wireless router acting like an access point that I use for my laptop occasionally. Until this weekend I've been having no problems but I shut down the computers due to weather and now one of them is not able to communicate with any others on the network. The problem computer will get an address supplied to it by the router (DHCP server) but once it has it I cannot get any other connectivity. Of course this is hindering internet access on this computer. I can ping the loopback and assigned IP addresses w/o problems but when I ping the default gateway (router) and/or the other computer I get "Request timed out." I initially thought it was the NIC so I bought another one but still get the same issue. I've moved the cards to different PCI slots but no luck. I tested the cable running from the computer and the router but found no problems. I even tried resetting the TCP/IP stack but still didn't work. The computer in question is running WinXP SP2 with the original NIC being a Linksys LNE100TX and the new one being a D-Link DFE-530TX+.

Any clues on this? If more info is needed let me know--it's been a while since I've posted. Thanks in advance.
 

Answer:Solved: Getting IP addr from DHCP but cannot ping DHCP server

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I need the IP address ,DNS and gateway address so on .Is it possibile to get it from the modems DHCP or do I need the ISP DHCP working?

I'm setting up are home network and getting connected to the internet but the internet connection is down .But is it possibile that I can get this from the modem. .

Like how does the computer talk to the modem and the modem talk to the DHCP server .I never had this problem before.
 

Answer:Can you get DHCP info from the modem software even when the DHCP server is down

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Question: Server unreachable

I cannot get online whenever I try I get the following message in a software Update box. The server is unreachable. Retry the request. When I access network connections, the broadband connection symbol has a x over it, and there is this message. This connection is not available because there is a problem with your modem is network adapter. Can anyone offer any solution please
 

Answer:Server unreachable

Try to update the driver
 

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i have bought a second hand laptop microstar medion 2020,i am trying to connect to my existing router thompson 576,i have a belkin pci card and all seems ok,until i try to connect to aol but the followin error comes updns server unavailable24-01-08-033,it is searching for my ip address?? can any one help me i am so near yet so far from connection.i know there is a lot of computer literate people out there can anyone HELP

Answer:dns server unreachable (aol)

what operating system are you using?

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All of a sudden can't connect via Modem to the Internet. Not on Broadband but seem to be getting BB related error message: DNS server unreachable or unavailable >(24-01-08-033)" Anyone got a fix for this? Nellie!

Answer:DNS server unreachable or unavailable

Try click here

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Hi, I'm having a bit of trouble since last week. I have sweethosting.com hosting my web site and my laptop can't seem to connect to the web site anymore. Everytime I try, I get an error msg: Gateway time out--- Server Unreachable.. sometimes when I repair the wireless connection I can get access, but sometimes I can't.

I've tried scanning with with Nortons antivirus and scanned with spybot and also with Adware. I'm lost in the dark right now. My Desk top computer can access the web site though.

Can someone help me please.
 

Answer:Error msg: server unreachable

This is what I got when I just tried that site;

"This page is used to test the proper operation of the Apache HTTP server after it has been installed. If you can read this page, it means that the Apache HTTP server installed at this site is working properly.
If you are a member of the general public:

The fact that you are seeing this page indicates that the website you just visited is either experiencing problems, or is undergoing routine maintenance."

Checking the URL with a server identification tool produced the information that it is online, but returns a "HTTP 1.0 403 Forbidden", which seems to confirm the information above.

The IP address for that domain is 69.42.129.18. Sometimes, using the IP address instead of the URL works better, although I don't expect it will make much difference in this particular case.
 

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Hi,

I am using an old laptop as a server for Plex and Subsonic, I login to it via RDP. Often the plex server becomes unreachable. Also at times I can't login via RDP for a few minutes with an error that the host is unreachable, this issue sorts itself after a few minutes and I can then log in again.

I'm wondering could this be due to hard disk spin down as all other power setting are set to stay awake.

This is on a Windows 7 setup, thanks.

Answer:Laptop Server Becomes Unreachable

Apparently this is not due to hard disk spin down as I have set it to never spin down and still experiencing problems.

Any one with any ideas on why I may be having these issues please let me know your thoughts.

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Trying to link new Laptop to USB AOL Broadband Cable Modem, Error message DNS Server unavailable etc, AOL cofirmed modem working have disabled Norton Anti Virus & Firewall but still no Joy, any ideas. Still waiting on response from Dell Technical Support.

Answer:DNS Server Unreachable or unavailable

Have a look in Internet Options/Connections/LAN Settings and make sure "Automatically detect settings" has a tick.

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Please can someone help me!I using edimax router to connect to aol, but keep on getting the DNS server unreachable or unavailable (24-01-08-033) error message. until recently it was working perfectly, then this error, i reloaded the software and now when i go to the sign on screen i have to use existing member as username,but it still doess not let me sign on!!My laptop which is connected wirelessly is able to connect nearly always via aol using my normal sign on name.please please can someone help me!!!

Answer:DNS server unreachable or unavailable 24-01-08-033

Check all your IP settings and acount details.If that doesn't work try turning off the router for a few minutes.

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QUESTION #1:
Is it better to use Win2000 Server DHCP or DHCP from my Netgear wireless router?

#1 BACKGROUND:
I am currently in the process of setting up a Win2000 server on my home network which consists of four other 2000/XP machines.
The server is going to be configured as a domain controller and will utilize the Active Directory.

Should I use the Win2000 Server DHCP or stick with my wireless router as the DHCP server? What are the advantages/disadvantages to both and which would be easier to maintain.

QUESTION #2
Is a 550mhz PIII with 256MB RAM fast enough to make a good home server running Win2000 server?

BACKGROUND #2
The server is going to have (2) 120GB Western Digital 7200rpm drives with 8MB cache for storage and a single 60GB Western Digital 7200rpm drive for the OS and few other applications.

The server's primary function is to serve as a media server with an approaching 10GB of MP3 and music video files which is continually going to grow. Disk contention is at a minimum since there are only four PC's on the network. There will also be a lot of digital photos stored on the server and will also serve as a place to perform backups from the other four networked PC's.
 

Answer:Win2000 Server DHCP or Router DHCP?

We have a similar setup in our office using Small Business Server, a public IP coming into our router with DHCP turned on, connected to a NIC in the internal DHCP server (which is also running ISA). A second NIC in the server bridges to the internal hub to provide DHCP services to the clients. This way we control port filtering in 2 places and with 2 levels of NAT taking place we feel secure. It may be overkill but we're concerned that EVERYONE is trying to hack into ISA and DHCP servers connected directly to public IP that this setup provides an added level of security.
 

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My WinXP Home PC won't connect properly (limited connectivity/no internet) via ethernet cable to my router (Belkin N150).

Ipconfig /all shows the IP address as 169.254.117.71 but this is determined by an entry in the registry at HLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters\Interfaces\{39A...} > 'DhcpIPAddress' - REG_SZ - 169.254.117.71. Also listed at 'IPAutoconfigurationAddress'. My laptop connects fine plugged into the same port getting it's IP automatically (192.168.2.2) and getting internet fine.

After much searching I can't figure out what's wrong.

I've tried adding a DWORD entry 'IPAutoconfigurationEnabled' = 0, also tried deleting the 2 values.
Tried setting the IP manually to 192.168.2.6 - limited connectivity goes away but I get no internet connection from the router nor file sharing.

Any help please?
 

Answer:Solved: DHCP IP by registry not by DHCP server??

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Dear all

Not sure if Networking is the right category for this, but here goes...

We have several Windows Server 2003 boxes in a remote hosting centre that we connect to via Remote Desktop Connection from our offices. At the end of each working day, it's usual practice simply to close the RDC window, and in the morning we can reconnect to the same session and quickly resume working. But on a regular basis, one of the boxes (let's call it W2) becomes unreachable by morning, as in, it's unpingable and to all intents and purposes no longer on the internet.

To resolve this we can use Terminal Services Manager on one of the other remote boxes (let's call it W3) to connect to the problem box and reset the session. But we can only do this from W3 - none of the other remote machines can see W2 at this point in time. When the session has been reset, W2 once again becomes reachable remotely.

The Event Log shows up various suggestions but none of them are conclusive. About a week ago I had this, with a Source of "TermDD", which I thought looked promising:

Event ID 50
Error
The RDP protocol component X.224 detected an error in the protocol stream and has disconnected the client.
But I've not had it since and the strage behaviour has continued.

I've also had messages with a Source of "W32Time" that go like this and suggest the moment at which the disconnect occurs:

The time provider NtpClient is currently receiving valid time data ... Read more

Answer:Remote Windows server becomes unreachable

Is bumping frowned upon around here? Apologies if so...
 

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ive configured my pc to aol broadband, ive connected laptop to router with erthenat cable as "stated in manual", the icon in bottom right of screen says siganl strength excellent , wireless connected, but as soon as i unplug the erthenet cable the internet goes off please helpmy router is thomson speedtouch 576

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Not really a "problem", but I got to thinking...
Sure- I can get email notifications on my phone if a UPS has lost power, or if the server is under heavy loads and whatnot- but how do I tell when the server is unreachable- for ANY reason?
Say the UPS fails, the NIC fails, or any other reason. How can I be notified of it? The server is down, so obviously the email wouldn't originate from it.

That leaves me to wonder- how do you tell? I'm thinking there has got to be some sort of software somewhere that you install on another PC (maybe the PC and the Server) that talks with the server to make sure it is up. If it is unreachable- it issues an email notification.

That of course brings up a problem to my mind- what if that other PC (workstation or whatnot) is at fault? In other words- the server is fine but the client PC's NIC failed? I would get a false alert. In which case I would need a third PC in the mix to verify results of the other two...

Just brainstorming here- anyone have any ideas?
 

Answer:Email Notification if Server is Unreachable for Whatever Reason?

at my job we use hpov for the servers
 

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I am new to networking and this is the first time I have tried to set up any servers and I am self-taught so you have to make things simple for me to understand. Thank you.

I have two window 2000 advanced SP4 servers I am setting up at a Christian Academy. Everything worked good until I upgraded the second server to a DC. Now I can't access any files on the opposite server.

EXP. If I am on server #1 and try to access the shared files on server #2 I can't access them. I could before I upgraded server #2 to a DC.

I can't connect clients to the servers, I could before the upgrade. The only way I can get the two servers to share files was to give permission to each to access the other and I know this isn't the correct solution. This just allows the servers to share files but doing this won't allow clients to access the servers.

I've tried on a client to demote the domain to a workgroup and then back to a domain but when I do the server (domain) can't be found error appears. I've reset DNS on servers and on clients but no help.

I would appreciate any help solving this problem, I have one week and the staff will be back to work and they need to be able to logon to the network.

Thank you and have a great day.
 

Answer:Problems after setting up DC on second server

When you ran DCPROMO, did you create a new domain by chance? or add as an additional domain controller?

The original server you have would have held all the roles for the network, the second DC will be an additional. Was this the case on your setup?

Download the 2000 support tools here:
http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/downloads/servicepacks/sp4/supporttools.mspx

At the very least, run dcdiag /v and post your results. List the server names for your first server and the addon DC.
 

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I am trying to set up for media streaming from my PC to my Sony Blu-Ray player using the
DNLA. I have a good network connection and have set up all permissions with Homeshare.
I get everything done and when I go into Media Player and click on the Stream tab to turn
on media streaming nothing happens. Also on my Blu-Ray player there is a DLNA server
tab should show up but it does not. Does anybody have any ideas on what to do to fix this.
Thanks.

Answer:Problems setting up DLNA server in windows 8

Originally Posted by Surfking61


I am trying to set up for media streaming from my PC to my Sony Blu-Ray player using the
DNLA. I have a good network connection and have set up all permissions with Homeshare.
I get everything done and when I go into Media Player and click on the Stream tab to turn
on media streaming nothing happens. Also on my Blu-Ray player there is a DLNA server
tab should show up but it does not. Does anybody have any ideas on what to do to fix this.
Thanks.



News flash, Windows media player in Windows 8 can not play DVD's or stream them, there is no built in DVD player in Windows 8 so it's not broken, they simply removed the functionality, it can do music but that's about it.

I use Windows Media Center for streaming.

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So I am attempting at setting up a home FTP server, specifcally SFTP since I don't want prying eyes in my business.

So I have since installed Cerberus FTP http://www.cerberusftp.com, chose port 3535 to represent the listening port, created an account on Dyndns, and forward ports 20 and 3535 to my machine (which would be 192.168.1.150). My router supports DynDns, so that is all setup as well.

I know my dyndns works properly because I can remote desktop into my machine which is perfectly successful.

In Cerberus, I enabled the SSL and created a certificate.

I then used (on another computer) WinSCP to connect to my newly created SFTP server on my home machine. I used host (myname.dyndns.org), port 3535, and the appropriate username/password. I then hit login and it appeared to make a connection.

Cerberus on my main machine picked up a connection was getting established...but it never went further...and the WINSCP connection I had timed out.

So something isn't getting through or established. Based on all that info, any thoughts as to why? The Cerberus installation setup said that Port 20 needed to be forwarded for outgoing traffic (which as stated above, I did).

Thoughts?

Thanks
 

Answer:Setting up Home SFTP server...problems

FTP over SSL is not SFTP
SFTP = File transfer over SSH
SSH = Secure Shell

FTP over SSL is FTPS

WinSCP is for SFTP and SCP, both are SSH based protocols
I'm not surprised though, a lot of people get this confused.
 

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Man oh man! I never thought it would be this hard to do! I have a total of 2 computers. I have linux redhat 8.0 setup on the server and win 98 setup on the other cpu, I use a D-link router and both are behind the D-link(2 connections to the server and one to the win 98 cpu). the D-link is attached to my cable modem. I can access the server http page by typing in the IP of the server(via DHCP) from my win 98 cpu but I cant access it outside my own network??? I have read alot of documentation over the last 2 weeks and Have not been able to advance one step although I am getting pretty firmiluare with linux,lol. Can somebody please help me figure this out! If I can access an http outside my network that would be a huge break through for me! Where do I start and what do I do!
 

Answer:problems with setting up an http server on linux

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I'm running Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) on Windows 7 Professional 64-bit and I've noticed that when I run the DHCP Management tool (DHCPMGMT.MSC) and I add our DHCP Authorised server then close the console, it forgets the DHCP server and I
have to re-select it next time I use the console. 
On the other hand, the DNS console remembers that I've used a particular DNS server even after I close the console.
Wondering why the DHCP Management console is so forgetful?

Answer:DHCPMGMT.MSC in Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) won't remember DHCP server

Hi,
This is by design.

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IP Network: Dhcp server works fine. (CISCO ROUTER)

Windows 200o servers, Windows 2000 clients (up to dated, sp4, rollup1 etc) IS6sp1

Some pc's with IP dhcp , works ok
Some pc's with fixed IP, works ok

After changing fixed IP on a client to dhcp-IP, the client can not find the DHCP server.
change back to fixed IP, PC works fine again.

DHP server and other DHCP clients still working fine

Local Area connection status: only outgoing packets, no incoming.

reboot, or ipconfig /renew no solutions

Does someone know this problem ?
Pieter
 

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HiInstalling a Netgear PS110 print server for 2 parallel printer and 3 computers (all XP) on a 3com wireless adsl router 3crwdr100u-72. Everything installed and works fine for the main desktop, but trying to use the netgear 'add printer' wizzard on the laptops doesn't go smoothly. The desktop setup, using ethernet to router, router LAN port to print server works 100%. When trying to install on laptop, one doesn't seenm to run the add printer wizard properly as it revert to the windows add printer wizzard asking for the printer location and not telling me like the desktop did with the netgear wizzard.The other laptop says 'cannot add printer port' so gets stuck there.Do I need to (checklist) have the computer all set up as if I was running ordinary file and printer sharing on a network, since the desktop just worked straight away? And does anyone have any suggestions outside this? Thanks.

Answer:Problems setting up print server for extra comps

I guess I'm just checking that the problem lies with the laptops, or if anyone knows any other reasons. I'm heading down that long line of checking everything that needs checked on XP for it to be set up properly for file and printers sharing. I guess it was too much to hope that the laptops would just work, as the desktop did !

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Running Win98, I am having trouble setting OE as my mailserver.

In the Internet Properties - Programs dialogue box OE is not listed as an option in the Email: box, and I don't really want to use Outlook instead.

OE is running fine (v5.50), sending and receiving OK, but when a mailto: command is run Outlook now launches rather than OE. (Previous to installing Outlook my lovely machine instead launched non-stop hundreds of IE windows until it crashed).

Has anyone else had this problem? If so how is it fixed? Do I need to change a line in the .exe? If so can you tell me which one.

Thanks Techguys in advance for any help offered.
Pete Staves
 

Answer:[SOLVED] Problems setting OE as default mail server

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I have a lab computer that I would like to use as a DHCP Server. However, I *ONLY* want it to hand out IP's via a specific interface (a second NIC I have).

Is this possible?
 

Answer:Windows Server 2003: DHCP Server on certain interface.

Well, it will only hand out DHCP addresses to those on it's network. If you have a totally different network on the other card- it won't be a problem.

What networks do you have on each card?
 

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I have built and rebuilt around 5 or 6 machines all with Intel Southbridge Chipsets, so creating a RAID Arrary with Nvidia Soutbridge Chipsets is new and frustrating because everytime I try different drivers I get a message saying "Setup cannot find any hard drives to install operating system to blah blah blah." The BIOS sees the drives so they're there. It has to be the Nvidia NForce RAID drivers that are the problem. I have this problem with both a Server 2003 machine I'm trying to tinker with and an XP machine that I'm reformating and reinstalling for my uncle to have.

The Server 2003 Motherboard is : ASUS A7N8X

The XP Motherboard is: ASUS A8N-SLI Premium

nForce 4 NF4 RAID solution (install windows with nforce 4 RAID drivers) - Icrontic Forums

That was given to me in another Forum for help but didn't do the job. Anyone have any idea which drivers each Motherboard is supposed to have? I'm stumped and need to get the XP machine going soon. Any help is appreciated, thanks.

P.S. I'm only 17 and a techy learning things where I can so the simpler the instructions the better xD

Answer:Problems Setting Up XP and Server 2003 with RAID Nvidia Drivers

fixed your double post for you

1. The ASUS A7N8X does not support RAID. ASUSTeK Computer Inc. - Motherboards - ASUS A7N8X
2. For the other motherboard, you can find the RAID drivers under the 'download' tab in this link: ASUSTeK Computer Inc. - Motherboards - ASUS A8N-SLI Premium

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I'm messing around with W2K Server at home and can't seem to get it connected through my cable modem to my ISP's DHCP server. I know the cable and connection are good because it works on my W2K Pro workstation. I've tried ipconfig /renew but that's when the error occurs that it can't find DHCP. I can successfully ping the loopback address. The NIC is set to use DHCP.

Since I'm just becoming familiar with Server I'm sure there's something I'm not configuring properly. Suggestions?

Thanks.
Kevin
 

Answer:W2K Server can't find external to DHCP server

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Does anyone know of a Cisco PIX, when acting as a DHCP server, can set reservations for certain MACs? Right now I'm just excluding the reserved IPs from the DHCP scope, but then I have to set those clients static and remember them later.

PIX 501E, running 6.3(4).
 

Answer:Setting DHCP Reservations on a PIX

The PIX cant do reservations. It only has a very basic DHCP server.
 

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Ok Folks here is what im working with:

Single server - Active Directory
and about 30-40 users. We currently use static IP and it is annoying me to no end. Is it applicable to use DHCP in this setting? And if i keep some of the static devices (switches, servers, etc.) as static, will DHCP "skip" those IPs when it's handing out numbers?

Any help would be good.
 

Answer:DHCP In Corporate Setting

A) DHCP is great in the enterprise. Control addressing, routing, and name resolution on one system, then propogate that info to all clients autoamtically. No more worrying about a typo in a statically set IP address, accidentally setting the same address for two machines, etc.

B) You can create lease reservations, where a DHCP client gets the same IP address everytime it boots up, and you can also exclude addresses from the DHCP address pool if you have devices that require static IPs, such as network print devices, DNS servers, etc.

C) When you install and configure the DHCP service, don't forget to have an enterprise admin authorize it in Active Directory - the service will not start on a domain controller or member server without authorization.

I'm really suprised you are not on DHCP already, it makes managing and troubleshooting much easier.
 

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Hi guys,

How to set up DHCP correctly on my Actiontec GT701-WG router?

Thanks
 

Answer:Solved: Setting up DHCP

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I have router with DHCP setting 192.168.2.1/24 and netmask 32 (prevent file sharing). I have AP connect to the LAN of the router in bridge mode.

The lan of AP is set as
IP : 192.168.2.200
subnetmask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.2.1

the AP is working normally. Is it better to change the subnet mask to 255.255.255.255?
 

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hi everybody
I am new with networking, I setup dhcp installed on my pc and also set on access point to it and access point set for dhcp to connect users how can I test my setting that how many devices can connect in my 10 defined ip pool
I mean I dont want to test at a same time mean how many device can connect to network that I setup.

Mean how many devices can this setup handles connection till I delete all devices from release file.
<email address removed by moderator ETAF >
Regards
 

Answer:How to test a DHCP setting

I have removed your email address
all content needs to be kept on the forum, as per the reasons in our rules
 

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Hi.I just got NTL installed in the flat which I share with a few others. I have connected my NTL cable modem to a Dlink wireless router.My two flatmates can connect wirelessly fine - they get assigned an IP address via DHCP from the router fine and can browse no problem.The problem occurs when I try to connect. I just cannot get assigned an IP address at all. It just sits there trying and eventually shows "limited or no connectivity". this happens where I try to connect wirelessly or wired to the router.I have tried iponfig /release and /renew to no joy.I have also tried assigned a static IP address for my connection and this does allow me to connect but when I do this it seems to hog all the bandwidth and the other guys while still connected can not access and web pages etc.Any tips or advice would be much appreciated.

Answer:DHCP problems - cant DHCP wirelessly, others can..

With your network adapter (either the "wired" or the "wireless" one) set to get its IP address automatically and connected to the router, can you run IPCONFIG /ALL then right click in the Command Prompt window, "Select All", press Enter to copy to the clipboard and paste the contents into a reply here?

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how do you set up an ethernet port for DHCP with a Belkin ADSl modem with wireless G router, model number F5D7632-4? thanks in advance!

Answer:setting up ethernet port for DHCP

Not sure what you're trying to do here. If the Local Area Connection's TCP/IPv4 settings are configured to get the IP and DNS addresses automatically, they will get them from the router's DHCP server.

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I have a question about my ZoneAlarm Z100G Wireless Router.

I'm trying to set it up as a wireless access point (secondary router) under my primary router. The primary router acts as my DHCP server. So I've disabled the (wired) DHCP server on the ZoneAlarm.

But the ZoneAlarm also has a setting to disable / enable the wireless DHCP server. Does anyone know if the DHCP server for the wireless should be enabled?

When I connect to the wireless, I get a limited access. With the wireless DHCP server enabled, I can ping the ZoneAlarm router, but not the primary router. With the wireless DHCP server disabled, I can't ping even the ZoneAlarm router.
 

Answer:ZoneAlarm Z100G DHCP Setting

Please do not start multiple threads on the same topic. Continue here.
 

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I had my network set up but had to reinstall CentOS cause my email wasn't functioning and there were too many things wrong due to an install of a previous application called Ravencore.

Got a question, I need to find a way to enable (DMZplus mode)is to get it to enable DHCP and I can't figure out how to do that on linux. I figured it out on windows.

I go to Network connections>proprieties>TCP/IP>proprieties>Advanced> and it's on that next screen.

But where in centos? Liz
 

Answer:Trying to find my dhcp setting in linux

southernlady said:

I had my network set up but had to reinstall CentOS cause my email wasn't functioning and there were too many things wrong due to an install of a previous application called Ravencore.

Got a question, I need to find a way to enable (DMZplus mode)is to get it to enable DHCP and I can't figure out how to do that on linux. I figured it out on windows.

I go to Network connections>proprieties>TCP/IP>proprieties>Advanced> and it's on that next screen.

But where in centos? LizClick to expand...

Hi southernlady,

First, you should check out the man pages for dhcp, and dhclient.

Then try the following:
Find the option under the "System Settings" menu -> "network"
or
Run the gui client, system-config-network and then edit the network device to change from manual IP settings to dhcp.

I assume a reboot is required after the change.

Hope this helps,

-- Tom
 

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I have checked IP address of The LAN connection for my broadband router on TCP/IP properties, and it shows up as 192.168.1.100 as assigned by the DHCP server, which is ok. But then when I use command to check it using "IPCONFIG" it shows up as not having an IP or subnet mask assigned.When I enter the gateway address of 192.168.1.254 into my web browser to set the router up, the WAN status says that it trying to get an IP from the DHCP server. This is very confusing as I don't understand how the IP address can show up when I click on the LAN properties TCP/IP tab but not elsewhere.I don't think have Windows XP TCP/IP protocols installed. As when I go to control panel>add new hardware>Add components>networking>details the TCP/IP controls box isn't ticked. I can't install these protocols at the moment as I have lost my Win XP disc. The fact that I don't have these protocols installed might be an obvious answer to my problemm, but I really don't have a clue what Iam on about when it comes to IP adresses.Can someone please explain

Answer:Setting Up IP Addresses/DHCP Servers HELP ME!!!!

Take a step back and explain what it is your trying to do. Whats it say under ipconfig /allWhilst the DHCP server is assigning the client (what client) an IP Address, it is not supplying it with the 'default gateway'

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Hi all, there's something going on here that I don't quite comprehend. I am using Win2k Professional & am attempting (once again !) to set up a network. However, before getting that far, I need to access the new 3com Router, which should be available on 192.168.1.1, apparently. It doesn't work, but I think that's because it may not be at that address ...Now, the little that I do know about Networking is that the IP addresses have to be in the same range, if I do an IPCONFIG, I get the following :Windows 2000 IP ConfigurationEthernet adapter Local Area Connection: (This is set to Obtain an IP Address automatically) Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : Autoconfiguration IP Address. . . : 169.254.253.163 Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.0.0 Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . :Ethernet adapter NVIDIA Network Adappter #2: (This is set to Obtain an IP Address automatically) Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : Autoconfiguration IP Address. . . : 169.254.43.140 Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.0.0 Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . :PPP adapter UTV Clicksilver: Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : (This is set to Obtain an IP Address automatically) IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . : 194.46.91.255 Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.255 Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . :This looks wrong to me, should these not be in the 192.168.xxx.yyy range ?If I type in "IPCONFIG / RELEASE" I get the message :All adapters bound to DHCP do not have DHCP addresses. The add... Read more

Answer:Possible DHCP problem setting up Network ...

The 169... addresses are issued by Windows when it can find no dhcp server.If the router is not at the default address, try manually resetting it (often a small button at the rear (like the emergency opening button of a cd)).Do you have the correct type of cable - straight-through, not crossover?Routers normally have lights to show connections. Do they light up when you connect your pc to the router?

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Running Windows 7, periodically I get an events log message: "The DHCP allocator has disabled itself on IP address 192.168.2.1, since the IP address is outside the 192.168.137.0/255.255.255.0 scope from which addresses are being allocated to DHCP clients. To enable the DHCP allocator on this IP address, change the scope to include the IP address, or change the IP address to fall within the scope."
I want to continue using the 192.168.2.x /255.255.255.0 range so how and where do I change the DHCP allocator scope.
 

Answer:Setting DHCP Allocator IP address scope

I do see a discrepancy in the IP address:

192.168.137.0
255.255.255.0

192.168.2.x
255.255.255.0

The 255's mark which portion of the IP address is reserved for network routing and which portion is for computers/devices.

Basically, your DHCP server is handing out IP addresses for the 192.168.137.x network, but the Network card of the server is configured to be on the 192.168.2.x network.

I recommend changing the DHCP server scope to remove 192.168.137.0/255.255.255.0 and to hand out IP addresses for 192.168.2.0/255.255.255.0

Hopefully this makes sense.

-Fish
 

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Ok, I'm kind of confused by this whole Win2k3 server doing the NAT and DHCP

1) Does Win2k3 need to have 2 NICs if it's only going to do the DHCP and not NAT? (can it even do that?) I know that if Win2k3 does both it will need 2 NICs

2) If Win2k3 does only the DHCP, I still use a router, correct?

3) Should Win2k3 be doing both? (for say a 25-50 workstation office)?
 

Answer:Can/should Win2k3 Server be the DHCP server without doing the NAT?

DHCP and NAT are totally unrelated to each other.

DHCP is what hands out IP addresses on your LAN.

NAT allows IPs on a private LAN to appear as a single public IP to the outside world. It also has other uses, but that describes it's major use for simple networks.

Generally the NAT is done in the same place that your firewall is running. If you are using ISA on 2003, then the NAT is done there usually and that does require two NICs (one each for outside and inside). In that case the server is doing the function of the router/firewall and you would not need a separate box. I like to use a dedicated router/firewall though and keep those functions off of the server.

You'll hear opinions each way about where to do DHCP. I usually put DHCP on the router/firewall, but there are sometimes reasons to put it on the server. You do not need two NICS just to do DHCP.

Yes, if you put DHCP on the server, you still certainly need a router/firewall.

It's usually pretty easy to do DHCP on the router and then just make sure you setup DNS properly on the server. If you are running a domain, you MUST do the DNS on the server. In DHCP setup on the router, make your local domain controller (the server) the primary DNS with the ISP DNS as the secondary. That ensures you will always have DNS available.
 

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I was trying to use tftp32d to pxe boot machines however, I couldn't get the DHCP server that is built into that program to work and eventually got angry and gave up. When I had some more patience, I started trying it again and it worked immediately without any settings changed.

The reason for my post is because it stopped working again. I can't figure it out and it's driving me nuts. Could this be an issue with the setting where you can select which network your own for example work, home or public location?

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I always set my wifi network adaptor proporties Ipv4 to "obtain an IP address automatically" . Same for the DNS server. My landlord's acess point gives me an IP address but at some point the network adaptor settings gets changed to static IP and when I look at the IPv4 proporties the next time I see static IP with the correct last IP address assigned from the access point filled in to the fields. This isn't supposed to work this way and the problem is that on the next connection to the access point, the AP rejects the log in at it's captive portal password page with these settings. The only way to get a new connection with log in to the AP is for me to go back into the adaptor's proporties of IPv4 and set it back to "obtain an IP address automatically".

Ive tried two different netgear wifi adaptors each with its own driver and get the same result. Its very frustrating and i can't imagine any reason for this but wonder if The system has some virus under it. I posted on the Netgear forum and got many views but no replies.

I have CompTIA and Cisco network certifications and work in IT but have never come accross this or any mention of somthing that would arbitrarily change a network adaptors settings.

Answer:Wifi net proporties IPv4 always reverts to a static setting after dhcp

Hi and welcome to 7F. Have a look at this thread in case something there can help
ipv4 settings revert automatically, how can I stop this?

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Question: DHCP server for XP

Is there such a thing? I know I could run third party software, but I'd rather not have to. I know how to set it up on a win2003 server, and 2000server, I was just wondering if there's the same thing in XP, I can't seem to find it.

If not, any suggestions for a good/free third party app.

This is to be put onto a dedicated ghost server that will be networked via a switch only to the client machines.

Thanks for the help, all.
 

Answer:DHCP server for XP

Since windows XP is a client O/S, there is no built-in DHCP server (in of itself).

I guess you could use ICS temporarily for this purpose, but i don't know how much control you have over the dhcp options.

Here is a free dhcp server that runs on windows.... ymmv.

Here
 

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Not getting IP from Dhcp server.
Checked in Dhcp Error Showing BAD Address.
IP 20-25 % IPs are showing free..

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Question: Server DHCP or No

Right now I have my server connected to a router and the router does the dhcp for me. I am thinking of putting a second nic in the server and using it for dhcp. If I have computers in the house that are not a part of my domain will I still be able to get online with them if they are connected to my switch? I guess to paraphrase myself I am asking can you use a server to route and not have everyone connected to the server in your domain?
 

Answer:Server DHCP or No

I'm not sure what DHCP has to do with routing... Are you trying to break your network into subnets?

You wouldn't need a second NIC to move DHCP to your server. If you want to move DHCP from your router to your server, just set up a new DHCP scope on the server and that's all that's required. Clients do not have to be part of the domain to get an address from a DHCP server.
 

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Question: DHCP Server

I'm using a DHCP running on Windows 2k3 server. What could be the problem if every time someone using his cellphone connects to the network, the internet connection automatically drops....
 

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running winxphomesp2 on abit kt7-333 with intel 10/100pro V onboard networking

working fine then suddenly this morning while browsing ( no downloads / no installs)
systray icon shows yellow ! and loses connection

router is linksys wrt54g default gateway 192.168.1.1

ip num 192.168.1.101 changed to 169.254.240.41
ipconfig /release clears ip
ipconfig /renew fails due to timeout
no other comps online affected

ip config /release then boot
reverts to 169.x.x.x

uninstall network device and boot
windows new device found wizard opens locates identifies installs driver
tcp/ip auto configured to get ip auto get dns auto dhcp enabled
renew ip fails timeout
ip defaults to 169.254.240.41 again

connect pc directly to cable modem
reset cable modem and boot computer
no effect

nic shows enabled and working normally but no connectiivity to lan or internet

any ideas what why how happens
what to do to repair
what to do to avoid repeat
do i have to get a pci nic and disable this one in bios?
 

Answer:Can't get IP from DHCP Server

run this command in the command prompt tool

ping localhost

and post results

thanks
 

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Sounds simple, but not quite....

I'm looking for a DHCP server to replace my win 2003 server box. the DHCP service is the only thing running on it. I would like to get a Cisco router to take its place. This is for a home network. I would like a cisco ASA or a Cisco SRP 521W, but I cant figure out if they meet my dhcp requirements.

I have two requirements for the dhcp I need...
1) I need to be able to setup a client reservation list table so my dhcp requesting devices always get the same IP address. (yes i could do static configurations, but thats not the point)
2) The dhcp server needs to be able to hand out addresses to mac address such as xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx. Yes that's a 10 octet address. My parent's computer, which are out in the wild, connect to my network through logmein hamachi vpn. I want their computers to always get the same ip address from my network.

I know there are other options for vpn but this is what works in my scenario.

I want to keep this router/dhcp server at $200 or less

ideas? Thanks!
 

Answer:Looking for a DHCP server

Untangle or pfsense both do this
 

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Question: DHCP server?

Can someone please help me?  I haven't been able to use my laptop for months because I continue to receive the message:"The DHCP server on this network failed to respond to the request your system made for automatic IP address configuration.  To force another request, click Repair.  If the problem persists, contact your network administrator."  Nothing happens when I click Repair.  Can anyone help me with this problem.  I would love to finally be able to use this laptop and quit using my nephew's Toshiba.  Thank you.

Answer:DHCP server?

Hi.Seems like your case is not related with notebook itself.DHCP server is server that gives you IP adress, IP mask and gateway settings when you choose "configure automatically" in yourconnetction properties.Can you tell a bit more about your case?For exampl, what kind of internet do you use - WiFi or Ethernet? Do you use any router? Which model is that? Are configurations on Toshiba and Lenovo are the same? Have you added your MAC-adress to the whitelist?





//help will save the world

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I primarily work off of my laptop computer, but occasionally need to use my desktop. The desktop worked fine two weeks ago, but now it always says "limited or no connectivity" and I cannot connect to the internet. It says that its connected, but when I try to renew the IP address to solve my problem, it says "unable to contact your DHCP server". I have no idea how to fix it. My laptop, as well as two other computers in the house work just fine with the wireless network.

Answer:Help with DHCP server!!

Usualyy shutting down all the computers, switching off the router for a few minutes before rebooting it and finally rebooting each computer one at a time will resolve the issue.

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Question: DHCP Server

Just wanted to make sure of this:

Do I go cable modem>>firewall>>Server2k3-DHCP>>switch?
 

Answer:DHCP Server

yes
 

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I posted this a few hours ago, but it's gone, so here goes again....

My network is fairly redundant with 2 DC's and DFS running for my file shares.... but what happens when a DHCP server goes down? The other morning my UPS had shut my DC(which does my DHCP as well) down due to a power outage, and all the machines starting up weren't assigned an IP, so nothing worked. I wasn't around so another guy called me, we turned the server back on and everything was great.

Now for fun.... what happens if say, my DHCP server went down completely?? I want to make things redundant enough, that if something DOES happen, that the machines will just grab an IP from another server.

Is advanced server the only option? Will running DHCP on both my DC's work well enough? Just having two scopes?? Will they integrate with DNS properly??

Thanks a ton!
QJ
 

Answer:So... DHCP server goes down.... then what?

Two options:

1) Run two different DHCP scopes from your 2 DC servers. Does this help you much though if a power outage will knock out both servers, requiring manual intervention to turn the server back on?

2) Do it the right way - run DHCP from your switches/routers (assuming you have an enterprise grade switch that allows this).
 

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My current network setup utilises a dhcp server per household, each household also has a router and thus the dhcp server hands out a dns/default gateway relative to the house....

The problem has arisen as we have a number of houses wirelessly linked; When a client seeks a dhcp server to assign it an ip and what-not it will often pickup on the wrong house and thus will end up surfing using the wrong internet connection and so on and so forth....

Is there a way I may be able to handle this?
 

Answer:More then 1 dhcp server...

Can the devices linking the homes block broadcast or DHCP traffic? That would solve the problem.

On a more basic level, you could go with static IP's for each box.
 

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Question: DHCP server?

Hi guys,

I'm looking at getting one of those old Cobalt Qube 3's to use as a DHCP box and some file storage + local ftp server.

I'm wondering if there are any commericial alternatives? I want a box that'll run out of the box though a web admin interface.

Any ideas on other servers that would offer more HD space / CPU power as a server that would also have DHCP built in?

The other option is to get a netgear fvs328 router, but since I have the budget for a small server, I'd much rather have that handeling DHCP...

What I'm not sure about is if the other Cobalt servers even support DHCP... Like does the Cobalt RaQ 4r have built in DHCP? How about other systems Dell, IBM, etc?
 

Answer:DHCP server?

http://www.linksys.com/products/product.asp?prid=555&scid=43

http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc.asp?description=56-124-001&depa=0&section=2
Not sure how much you want to spend
 

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Question: Dhcp server?

I'm using a router for dhcp, but I want my dhcp server to assign a specific scope of ip address'. The router assigns 192.168.1.2-192.168.1.50 and I want the dhcp server to assign the range 192.168.1.53-192.168.1.80. I have two Nics and I'm using eth1 as the interface, but I can't get dhcpd to run. I'm using a static address of 192.168.1.90 for the dhcp server and I've configured my dhcpd.conf file, but it's telling me that I need to declare the subnet for my static address. Anyone have any suggestions on why dhcp3-server will not run?
 

Answer:Dhcp server?

It wouldnt matter if it did. Clients would grab an ip from the first DHCP server that responded. You don't run two DHCP servers on the same network.

As for your issue. It appears that you have not specified a subnet mask in the conf file. A common one to use is 255.255.255.0
 

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Question: DHCP Server

I had to reinstall windows2000. When I went to load Road Runner it can't release/renew an IP address. The modem is fine. The router is fine. The other computer in my house sees the internet but my does not. Can someone give me some idea on what to do? Thanks.
Debbie
 

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Here is my current configuration:

We have 7MB/768K DSL Business dynamic IP connection.
Anywhere from 10-20 simultaneous users.
One Cisco 30 port switch feeding into one Linksys wireless router to provide local IP addresses to all the users for the one IP address to the world.

It seems to me we have a huge bottleneck at the wireless router but we need it for the DHCP server in that router.

Are there any low cost solutions that would provide faster performance for the users?
 

Answer:DHCP Server (Do I need one?)

Hi skibizkit, and welcome to TSG.

skibizkit said:

... provide local IP addresses to all the users for the one IP address to the world.

It seems to me we have a huge bottleneck at the wireless router but we need it for the DHCP server in that router.Click to expand...

Sharing a single Public (world) IP address with multiple Private (local) IP addresses will require some type of router that supports NAT (Network Address Translation). Running a DHCP server on the router should only add a small amount of local bandwidth usage when a computer first connects to the router and gets assigned its private IP address by the DHCP server. The DHCP server is then out of the picture until another computer comes on line or the DHCP lease time (could be up several days) expires for each computer.

Is the speed bottleneck related to accessing the Internet through the DSL connection or exchanging data between computers (and servers) on the same local network?
 

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I am using Lubuntu,

OK I have two Ethernet adaptors on a stand alone box.

I need eth0 to be a static address.
And then eth1 to be dhcp.


- how would i write that as a script (what would it say ....)
- Where would I put it so it is run everytim on start up? (or how would i set it so the system runs the script on start up?)
- It would have to do it everytime the box boots/reboots.


Thanks for looking

WHat i have so far :

/etc/network/interfaces
is where the definitions for the eth0/1 are at.

I can set it to:

# eth0 - Static
auto eth0
iface eth0 inet static
address 10.10.10.100
gateway 255.0.0.0
netmask 0.0.0.
network 0.0.0.0
broadcast 0.0.0.0

# eth1 -- DHCP
auto eth0:1
iface eth0:1 inet dhcp


and after this is written in interfaces, I just need to restart it:
sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart

But I need to not have the user have to do this or anything like this and just have it auto do it ...


I am fairly new to this kind of thing and trying to get it to work today ... ideas on how or what to do to make this work Thanks!
 

Answer:ubuntu/lubuntu setting eth0 (static) and eth1 (dhcp) on start up, every time. (how?)

After you've saved the interfaces file and reloaded the networking service, you shouldn't need a script to set it back to that every time your system is rebooted as no user should have access to modify that (or else why do they have sudo rights?). I take it you know the actual addresses you've put in are all incorrect? If not, do you need help configuring that too?
 

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I have no clue where I need to go with this, I've tried google-ing but have found nothing, I don't exactly know the right terms I need to use either. Basicly, I'm trying to make my backbone LAN Party server PC be the DHCP server and a DNS server and host the Intranet site. I had a guide on setting up a webserver on XP Pro but seem to have lost it somewhere..... all I have setup is the IIS needed to run it, and can only view the default pages from the lan server machine - localhost and the ip - I can't access it from any other pc on the lan......

I was told there was some program that does this automaticly have not found it.

LAN Server Specs:
Planing on being:
*Backbone LAN Server - demos / patches / files
Intranet site
DHCP Server
DNS Server

MSI KM2M motherboard - onboard A/V/LAN
AMD Athlon XP 2200+ @ 1.8GHz
16x Sony DVD-ROM
2gb Kingston pc2700 valueram
80gb Hard drive
Windows XP Pro SP 1
 

Answer:Trying to seutp DHCP + DNS server on XP Pro

I am fairly certain that XP pro cannot be a DHCP server by default. Maybe by installing something, but I would think not there either. You need a server class OS, or some linux distro if you don't want to shell out that kind of cash.

Actually, heres a DHCP program for windows
http://www.vicomsoft.com/dhcp/system.req.html
 

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I have reviewed the posts on DHCP but have had no luck in resolving my problem.
I have An NT 4 server as PDC running DHCP (The service is running)
2 NIC's in the server with static IP's 10.0.0.5 and 10.0.0.6
Scope with a rang 10.0.0.1 > 10.0.0.255
Sub net 255.255.255.0
Reserved 10.0.0.1 > 10.0.0.10
I did not config any other options
No Routers, WINS or DNS Just trying to get DHCP working first

Static IP on WIN98 clients work but when I select DHCP the client receives the "No Domain server found...and I get the windows 169.xxx.xxx.xxx default address.

As a test I have an ISDN box that acts as a DHCP when I hook it up to the network the clients do receive an IP from it. This box will not be on the network so I need to get DHCP running on the server.

Looking through the other posts, I can not find any problems with the setup or config.
 

Answer:{Resolved} - DHCP server

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I have win2003 server and my dhcp server quit giving IP's when a lease runs out. I have tried to reboot the serever and I have tried to start and stop the DHCP service to no avial. Now I have had to go to all the machines in our office and give them static IP's. Does anybody know how to fix this?

thanx
 

Answer:DHCP server not working

Any error messages in Event Viewer on the Server or Clients.
 

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I Have a new dell machine which is set to automatically detect the dhcp server (ip address) but it does not detect the dhcp server and sets its self a private ip 169.254.0.0 address. I have tried ipconfig from the cmd and it will not release when i do this and reboot the ip is set 0.0.0.0 and then pics upthe private address. the renew command returns the message unable to connect-time out error, is the a hardware problem or program problem.
stav
 

Answer:Dhcp server not detected

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I have a vista home premium laptop I have been trying to connect to the internet using wifi. I have an xp desktop that connects quickly. My laptop says there is no response to the dhcp server. Can you help me fix this?

Answer:DHCP server no responce

Hi -

Let's see what your system can tell us about the wifi situation. Please download the EXE file - save to Documents. RIGHT-click on EXE file, select "Run as Administrator"

http://jcgriff2.com/0x2/netsh_lan_wl..._jcgriff2_.exe

2 Notepads will open one behind the other. Save both as text files. Attach to your next post.

Also, try booting into SAFEMODE w/ Networking and try Internet connection there.

Do you have Internet Security suite installed - w/ 3rd party firewall?

Regards. . .

jcgriff2

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Is there any way to turn a Windows XP machine into a DHCP server?

I'm a week away from taking my Server 2003 system down and refitting it with gaming hardware(my 6800GT and Audigy2) and a fresh load of XP.

However, while I was running it with Server 2003, I had one of the NICs set for DHCP serving to my laptop (over a gigabit line).

Anyway to keep that going, or am I going to have to stick with the 169. automated networking (or a less desirable static IP setup)
 

Answer:Probably already know the answer is no..but...XP DHCP Server?

XP cannot do DHCP without some kind of third pary software.

Why would static IP be less than desirable? Do you have a router than can do DHCP?
 

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Question: DHCP Client Server

I'm running windows Vista on a HP Compaq laptop.  I tried to install a Speedstream 6520 modem. Now when I start the computer I ger a "DHCP Client Server nortrunning" error. I checker the services under Administrative Tools and DHCP is set to rum automatically. Startup has really slowed down!

Answer:DHCP Client Server

Tried system restore?

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Hello everyone!

I'm new to this site and I've searched for a topic related to my problem, but couldn't find anything.

I had Norton Internet Security 2005 installed on my computer, but when I added a new hardware item to it, I had to uninstall NIS and re-install it because it wouldn't work. After rebooting, I couldn't establish an intranet connection that did work on the comp before. I managed to find out that there is no default gateway on the LAN, because "no DHCP server was found". To be honest, I don't even know what this exactly means, but anyway. Here's what I tried so far, and didn't work:

1. Restore the default winsock settings, with the netsh winsock reset catalog command and with downloaded winsockfix programs too.

2. Try to renew the IP-address by right-clicking on the LAN settings.

3. Reset TCP/IP stack to installation defaults, with the netsh int ip reset reset.log command.

I've got Windows XP Sp2 and a D-Link DSL-360T modem/router, with ethernet.

I would appreciate any help, but please write it in an "advice for dummies" way, I'm quite a newbie with technical issues. Thanks in advance for your help!

Nirit
 

Answer:Help! No DHCP server found!

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Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
Computer: Sony Vaio VPSCB11FX
Router: Apple Airport Extreme
Windows Security Essentials
Windows Firewall Disabled during tests.

Getting FAILED no repsonse DHCP server on IntelPRO wireless test. Tried ipconfig release+renew. Tried using Latency Optimizer and connectivity fixer PRO. Tried turning everything off, then turn on Modem-Router-one and one computer. Nothing works. Other wireless connections in the house work fine. Driver is up to date.
Connected directly to router with ethernet cable also works fine.

http://www.speedtest.net/result/2692745146.png

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

C:\Users\Luftwaffle>ipconfig /all

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Luftwaffle-PC
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
DNS Suffix Search List. . . . . . : getinternet.no

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection 2:

Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : getinternet.no
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : F0-BF-97-5D-97-96
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:

Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Connection-specific DNS Suffix... Read more

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so i want to move my dns and dhcp to a server (sbs2011). i am currently using a netgear 3700. i am a little confused on how to set this up. i know to turn off dhcp on the router. Here are my questions

will the server give out a dns address?

do i even need to router, or could i just use a switch?

if anyone has any insight i would greatly appreciated it. and if you know of a good guide somewhere please send a link.
 

Answer:adding a server for dns and dhcp

You will likely still need to NAT, so for that youll require a router on your network. You can have that server do dhcp and either hand out your isp's dns servers or have it do dns lookups and hand its own adress out to your clients.
 

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In the DHCP Options: Scope, Active Options area I selected & added 003 Router, 006 DNS Server, 044 WINS/NBT Servers, & then a window opeded saying that I needed to add 046 WINS/NBT Node Type & to select 0x1=B node, 0x2=P node, 0x4=M node, 0x8=H node. Online help doesn't give any help with which to choose? Does anyone have an idea & what is the diference? Thanks for any help
 

Answer:{Advice Given} - NT4 Server DHCP

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I Just set up a wireless network everything works fine, other laptops, wii... but one laptop with vista sp2 connects to router but not to internet. did the ipconfig and wireless lan DHCP enabled ethernet " " enabled. but the tunnel adapter (4 of them) are not enabled. can someone please help me? it connects fine to my brothers homes network.

Answer:Cannot connet to DHCP server

What firewall is the laptop in question using? Is it the Windows one or a 3rd party one?

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Just need to know because thats what it says on my other computer that im trying to use the router with
 

Answer:How do you contact your DHCP server?

kcplayboi_26 said:



Just need to know because thats what it says on my other computer that im trying to use the router withClick to expand...


If your PC is set to obtain an IP address automatically at boot up then it uses a DHCP broadcast system, this system sends a DHCP request via the network software through the network card and through the network cable out on to the network, if a DHCP server is available then it will reply and your PC will be given an IP address by the DHCP server,

DHCP servers can be a router, a PC running Internet Connection Sharing, or a PC running a DHCP client (such as on windows 2003 server).


If your PC cant find an DHCP server and you have it plugged into a DHCP server then either the cable is wrong or faulty, or the DHCP server is not seeing the PC.

Please post back saying what exactly you are trying to achieve.
 

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I just got Cox cable and it hasn't been working right.

I have a netgear WG602 wireless access point. I can connect to it but it has limited or no connectivity. Repairing the connection doesn't work and doesn't give me an IP.

I connected the ethernet cable directly to my laptop and it didn't work at all. I called them and it worked by directly connecting, but the wireless still didn't work.

Then I messed with wireless settings to try to connect, and I finally got online but my ip is 70.x.x.x, the apparent IP for all Cox subscribers.

But I got that 70.x.x.x through my router instead of a 192.x.x.x so I have no idea why it's doing that. It's really weird and I still can't get a dynamic IP.

Thanks for the help.
 

Answer:Can't connect to DHCP server

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Networking Frustrations!!!

I have my PC connected directly to my linksys wireless routher with 4 port switch. Everything works great!!!

Downstairs, I have a laptop with a cisco aironet 340 card and randomly, after either coming out of hibernation or starting up the laptop, I lose my internet connection.

After doing "IPCONFIG" I get an error message saying that the "DHCP server is unreachable..."

I found an article on the microsoft sight about "Automatic IP addressing" ( http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;244268) . It sounded like it applied, so I made the fix... Everything was great for a few days, but now I am back to square one...

According to the wireless card, I am associated to my router. Checking the router, I see that my laptop is not in the DHCP clients table. So I don't know if it is a laptop thing or a router thing or maybe something else!?!

Does anyone have any ideas?

thanks,
 

Answer:Cannot find DHCP server

have you tried testing it with a static IP?

Have you checked for updated drivers for your WiFi card?

Have you checked for firmware updates for your WiFi router?
 

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Question: DHCP server error

Hi IT expert,

i got error message event ID : 1046
After authorising, the problem still same
please help me
 

Answer:DHCP server error

Based on the limited information received - have a look at the following.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;221484
 

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Our DHCP server has a scope of x.x.x.50 to x.x.x.150 with a few reservations added, but the reservations all fall outside that scope. It's using a /16 subnet mask so the reserved IP's on on the same subnet. The DHCP server is the one you get with Win2k3 server standard edition.

QUESTION: Are the reservations actually doing anything ?

I'm sure the answer is an obvious "NO" but I just want to hear someone else say it.

troublegum -
 

Answer:MS DHCP Server on Win2k3

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Anyone here have any experience implementing Microsofts dhcp-server-callout .dll? I'm considering using it to deny any rogue devices plugged in to my network. Here's an article about it:

http://www.petri.co.il/filter-mac-address-windows-server-2008-dhcp-server-callout-dll.htm .
Sig
 

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My internet browsing has slowed to a crawl and I cannot access web meetings and other sites I have subscribed to. I did some system testing and everything came back normal except for the following: VIA Compatible Fast Ethernet Adapter: failed DHCP Server = 10.230.40.14: failed pinging 10.230.40.14 w/32 bytes of data request timed out (this is repeated 4 times) ping statistics for 10.230.40.14 packets: send=4 received=o How can I fix this failure? Is this DHCP server from the browser; from my internet provider? Who issues this protocol number and can I change it, do I need to change it? When my computer is running the way it should it is fast and the problem with it acting so slow was intermittent for a while, now it is constant.
I use windows XP
 

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Is it better to have my win2k server distribute IP's, or my my router? Is there a difference? Are there any benefits or drawbacks from doing it one way or the other? What would happen if both are set for DHCP? Thanks
 

Answer:DHCP: server or router?

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This problem that i'm having seems to be a bit unique in the sense that after spending the better part of 2 days perusing Google and the likes, no one seems to have posted anything on this issue. So here it is:

Currently I am finishing the setup of a Domain Controller and 6 Workstations. The domain controller is the acting DNS server as well. This is all fine and good but here is where my brain begins to hurt, after turning on the server you can logon to the domain just fine, everything works you can access the public network folders and everything works. After approximately 20 minutes or so, you lose access and can't do anything associated with the server. Now mind you this is not 20 minutes after you log on, but 20 minutes after the server has been up, and this is on all 6 workstations. This problem has been around since setup, and we have done a complete reformat and reinstall and it still persists, which points the finger at either a hardware issue somewhere, or a configuration issue, I believe. I can't pinpoint it but I come here to see if anyone has any ideas.

The Server:
Windows Server 2008 Small Business Standard 64 Bit
Service Pack 2

Workstations:
Windows XP Pro
Service Pack 3

Any other information that is needed I will gladly post, as long as it is not confidential in nature. Thanks in advance.
 

Answer:Server DNS/DHCP Issues

Really odd question:

After that 20 Minutes, can you workstations still access the internet, but not your Server?
And how is your Network configured?

Such as:

Inet ---> Server --> Hub/Switch ---> Workstations

??

Thanks
 

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Question: Backup DHCP Server

Hi Geeks!
I want to backup my DHCP server. I want to make sure that if my DHCP server goes down for some reason there is a server at standby that can come and takeover as a DHCP server and start leasing the addresses.
Or if i can add an additional DHCP server.
My Current DHCP Server is Windows 2000 Professional.
Is there any way that i can create a DHCP backup server as in case of Active Directory...

Kindly let me know if anyone has any sort of solution
 

Answer:Backup DHCP Server

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