network problem

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Domain Controller
Netgear router
Network connectivity
Windows 2003 Domain Controller
i have 60 systems in lan with domain controller of w2003 along with netgear router with defaulty gateway 192.168.1.1 all are pinging with default gateway but some systems are not able to connect default gateway and to some specific ip ip 192.168.1.10 but these systems are working with domain controller as pinging with other systems,ip settings are ok. pls resolve my prob.
ASKED: December 26, 2009  7:25 AM
UPDATED: January 4, 2010  3:57 PM

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What do you mean by all are ping with default gateway? If the computer are on the same subnet, You don’t even need to have a gateway to ping each other. They learn each others IP address by doing arp (address resolution protocl) request. If you can be more specific about the problem that you are having, I can probably help you out.

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  • Danial
    hey first u tell how u assign ip either DHCP or Mannually or your router assign ip or you run dhcp server . i think your router is provided . please provide detail of ur question what u have problem thanku
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  • OwenAmbrose
    Check that your DC is setup as DHCP server, disable DHCP on the netgear router and any other routers you have. Check all workstations are joined to the domain and not on workgroups, check no computers have the same names and are set to obtain IP automatically and not a static IP. Check the IP range specified on your DHCP server
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  • JennyMack
    OwenAmbrose, Good steps to take, thanks for helping on this question! Bluesoft, let us know if any of these answers are helping you out. Jenny Community Manager
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