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I would disable the AV and the ICS service on the server. I already deleted the A records, and removed it from the domain and re-added it, that's when I got a good 4 days out of it. 0 Habanero Almost like the client workstation is hitting another assigned dns not part of the domain - ipconfig /all also helps but nslookup while the issue is present finds it much quicker really sounds like a gateway issue generally.... have a peek here

Is your DC an SBS server? You have set up server to be the first AD controller *and* DNS server in forest. yes I have a default gateway in my server, but its should not affect my swtich and server connectivity. Justin 0 LVL 2 Overall: Level 2 Message Author Comment by:RandomPsychology2010-01-11 Comment Utility Permalink(# a26286960) I removed the Cisco PIX from the equation entirely...just disconnected it from the network.

And yes, I did previously answer this. but when I am trying to ping my server from my switch nothing happening. Hasn't come up since. 0 LVL 31 Overall: Level 31 Windows Server 2003 23 SBS 7 Windows 7 6 Message Expert Comment by:DrUltima2010-01-06 Comment Utility Permalink(# a26194828) Are each of

Also, try rebuilding your TCP/IP stack on the errant client. Is the fact that my IP addressing system is on a Class A network be the problem. When I try to ping the Server from the Client, I get the same message on the client. Cheers, Mark Reply Subscribe View Best Answer RELATED TOPICS: Can not ping / communicate with Windows 2003 Server on one machine Windows 2003 Server Blocking Incoming Traffic Windows Server 2003 suddenly

DNS request timed out. Do you have any other Win7 Ultimate systems with the same issue?   1 Cayenne OP ChicagoPete May 10, 2012 at 1:28 UTC Static IPs, Reservations or DHCP? It was such a silly thing, I cant believe it... It pretty well has to be a physical connection issue such as bad NIC or driver (unlikely in this case), switch, cabling, or I still question the possibility of a firewall

Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - what does... What in the world would be causing that?? (I can post output from the Wireshark log, but it seemed long and verbose and the only problem I saw was the header I have an account on the AD named 007 and my W7 laptop has an account called 007 at local level. Quote jbaello Senior Member Join Date Jul 2007 Posts 1,198 10-23-200807:42 PM #20 Re: why I cant ping my server 2003 Originally Posted by topu Hi, I can't get any

It should by default, and it is not likely the problem since Vista can ping other servers, but one more thing to verify. http://www.windowsnetworking.com/kbase/WindowsTips/Windows2003/AdminTips/Network/CantPingtheServer.html While interesting I find that what works best is the stock setups.Bob Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - but vista was seeing it fine by Master3203 / October Without gateway you will not be able to ping. All clients have been working on the remote site fine though.

Since I can ping and access two of the three servers from Vista/7, wouldn't that rule out the PIX being the culprit? navigate here Well do you have a default gateway set up on your server? Well do you have a default gateway set up on your server? Why do languages require parenthesis around expressions when used with "if" and "while"?

Was working fine.I also recently (about a week) upgraded my laptop (that i have had for 3-4 years) from vista HP to 7 Ultimate (still 32-bit)Now, my 7 laptop cannot ping, I also have no trouble doing domain logons after the systems are freshly booted--although there is a secondary domain controller running 2003 std that is our main file server and I've It's only the domain controller I can't connect to. http://sauvblog.com/cannot-ping/cannot-ping-dns-server-windows-xp.html For more information see http://www.mtit.com.

Starting to go around in circles so after spending a few hours googling and applying fixes so any advice would be appreciated. Disable all the IPv6 junk and when you ping 192.168.1.1 - what ever it's IP address is - What does it say? Just take the classes, read the books and experiment.

The PIX is plugged into an 8-port gigabit switch which along with 3 servers (including the PDC).

You are pinging by IP address. I don't know if you've tried running a port scanner to see if only ICMP packets are being dropped, or tried running tracert to see if it's being routed to timbucktu DNS request timed out.     timeout was 2 seconds. I think I finally fixed it.

Ran netdiag, but no issues there. DNS request timed out.     timeout was 2 seconds. *** Request to UnKnown timed-out 0 1 2 Next ► This discussion has been inactive for over a year. Both have the same password.5. this contact form Me and my network-orientated friend.

On one of the client that is not connecting what is the Ip? making the router a DHCP won't make a difference. Hitting Windows > Run and running NETDIAG /fix ON THE SERVER solved the problem. Server: UnKnown Address: 192.168.0.2 DNS request timed out.

How can I fix this? Quote topu Member Join Date Aug 2008 Posts 32 10-23-200802:27 PM #16 Originally Posted by ilcram19-2 what is the ip address of your switch and what is the ip address Privacy Policy Site Map Support Terms of Use Register Help Remember Me? Try dis-abling the firewall on the W7 client.

sara pls let me if you find any solution for this... Microsoft included these as a development platform on Windows 7. Like: the Domain, another server, gateway etc... 0 Habanero OP pchiodo May 15, 2012 at 2:24 UTC Check your event viewer for the following: Event ID 1001 "Your Odly, within the router, I can see the connection of the PC as well.