Also if they are configured with the AD DNS servers (22.214.171.124 & 202)
they would be able to ping, but not resolve DNS and hence not access the
On 8/17/05 3:16 PM, "STeve Andre'" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I'd first run ipconfig and see what it says. For the static machine, I'd
> ping dotted addresses to see if its on the net, or has a dns problem.
> For the dhcp machines, I'd use ipconfig /release and /renew and see
> what that does.
> --STeve Andre'
> Political Science
> On Wednesday 17 August 2005 15:14, Samone E. Jones wrote:
>> Hello All,
>> I have a dilemma that I have yet to figure out and I thought someone else
>> may be experiencing
>> the same thing and know how to fixit.
>> I have three machines that can't get online.
>> One is static and the other two are DHCP.
>> They haven't been able to get on since the power outage.
>> Eventhough the campus active directory is down I'm trying to figure out
>> why these machines in particular can't access the internet.
>> They're clean, they don't have any spyware or viruses on them and the
>> patches are up to date.
>> I've attempted to re-register the DHCP machines - but no change.
>> Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
>> Samone Jones