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jack_lavish
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      09-23-2004
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Newsgroups: 24hoursupport.helpdesk
Subject: Some Networking issues
NNTP-Posting-Host: 69.151.201.127

The problem:

1) A small network with a mix of Win98SE, Win2000 and WinXP pcs.
2) Cable router (192.168.100.1) with DHCP enabled. IPs assigned to PCs
from 192.168.100.150 to 192.168.100.200
3) One hub and and one switch hooked on to the router.
4) The hub and switch are connected to the PCs
5) One PC (named PC1) has static IP 192.168.100.25 assigned
6) All other PCs are assigned IPs from the router DHCP server
7) Cannot ping PC1 from another PC (PC2)
Can ping PC1 from all other PCs
9) Can ping PC2 from all other PCs
10) Can ping all PCs from PC2
11) PC1 is actually a printer with a static ip.

Same subnet masks on all the pcs 255.255.255.0 .Same default gateway
0.0.0.0

Help in identifying this problem. Can a bad NIC card cause this?
 
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Duane Arnold
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      09-23-2004
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> From: (E-Mail Removed) (VL)
> Newsgroups: 24hoursupport.helpdesk
> Subject: Some Networking issues
> NNTP-Posting-Host: 69.151.201.127
>
> The problem:
>
> 1) A small network with a mix of Win98SE, Win2000 and WinXP pcs.
> 2) Cable router (192.168.100.1) with DHCP enabled. IPs assigned to PCs
> from 192.168.100.150 to 192.168.100.200
> 3) One hub and and one switch hooked on to the router.
> 4) The hub and switch are connected to the PCs
> 5) One PC (named PC1) has static IP 192.168.100.25 assigned
> 6) All other PCs are assigned IPs from the router DHCP server
> 7) Cannot ping PC1 from another PC (PC2)
> Can ping PC1 from all other PCs
> 9) Can ping PC2 from all other PCs
> 10) Can ping all PCs from PC2
> 11) PC1 is actually a printer with a static ip.
>
> Same subnet masks on all the pcs 255.255.255.0 .Same default gateway
> 0.0.0.0


What router is this? And how can the default gateway be 0.0.0.0? The
default gateway IP should be the router's device IP on all the NIC's I
would think. At least that's the way it was on the Linksys router and the
WtachGuard that I use now.

192.168.111.2 through 192.168.111.6 DHCP IP(s) and the printer server has
static of 192.168.111.20.

Subnet mask is 255.255.255.0

Default gateway is 192.168.111.1 the WG device IP.

What IP are you getting at any pc when you enter IPconfig /all at the DOS
Command Prompt?

Duane

 
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