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« on: July 28, 2004, 03:43:02 PM »

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HELP! Here is the problem: I have 3 computers all connected to a HUB and then the HUB uplinks to a DSL router. My best/newest computer suddenly stopped being able to
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« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2004, 10:07:31 PM »

Update, still not working but I am able to access the local area network perfectly if I assign a static IP, I just use the IP from a working computer with +1 last digit and same subnet/gateway.  The IP is being assigned from the DSL ISP and for some reason mone computer will not let the ISP assign the IP/DNS.

If I assign a static DNS as listed on a working computer it still will not connect.

I also went out and bought another ethernet card on the off chance the other new one was bad, but the only change is the hub light stays solid and isn't constantly flashing like it was.

I also talked to tech at the ISP again and they checked everything while I had the non-working computer directly plugged into the router and basically said that they are sending the right information and my computer is not accepting it.

I have also checked relevent services are set to automatic (which they are/were).

It's almost acting as if a hidden firewall was blocking anything for comming in (but there is no firewall).

Any viruses know to have this behavior (although sytem checks clean with 7/27/2004 norton scan).

Any particular hardware (besides nic) that can cause this...will the motherboard replacemnet work or is it a processor issue?

This is a NIGHTMARE =D

Thanks in advance...
DrW
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« Reply #2 on: August 24, 2004, 08:24:17 PM »

Did you type "no shut down" as the next command into the router interface that the IP was statically assigned?  Meaning is the interface shut down--because you can still assign an address but not have the interface "open".  Plus if the router supports the command--try a "show running config(uration?)" and see what's up with the current config.
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