DHCP server on the same LAN with another DHCP does not work even after disabling the old DHCP servic

Discussion in 'Server Migration' started by Felix, Feb 12, 2006.

  1. Felix

    Felix Guest

    I installed DHCP server on one of our DC (Win2K3), there is already an
    existing DHCP server running on Win2000 server. The scope will be the same,
    as we are migrating from Win2K to Win3K. But, something is happening that
    the new DC (Windows Server 2003) is not working. I even got the article from
    Microsoft KB and here is the article.

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/197197/EN-US/#top

    I totally agree on this article, and for me my SCENARIO is 3. Where, there
    are other DHCP servers on the same LAN. I did disabled the service and
    deactivated the scope of the old DHCP server. But, still it does not work.
    So, I am confused. As, I have been pulling my head what could go wrong.
    Also, similary WINS is not registering as I think, the reason being that
    none of the clients have got the new DHCP servers IP Address which has the
    new WINS server settings in it. So, that might be the cause.

    Any help in regard to this would be appreciated. I need to get this new DC
    and DHCP up and running by Monday morning.

    Thanks in advance!!
     
    Felix, Feb 12, 2006
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  2. Felix

    Jason Tan Guest

    Hello,

    Thanks for posting!

    From your post I understand that the new DHCP server on a Windows 2k3 does
    not work. I would like to provide you with the following suggestions

    1. Please confirm that you have unauthorized/adisabled the old DHCP server
    on Windows 2k.

    2. Please confirm that you have configurated the new DHCP server
    successfully. Note: please ensure you have authorized the DHCP server.

    Authorize a DHCP server
    ===============
    1. Click Start , click Programs , click Administrative Tools , and then
    click DHCP .

    NOTE : You must be logged on to the server with an account that is a member
    of the Enterprise Administrators group.
    2. In the console tree of the DHCP snap-in, select the new DHCP server. If
    there is a red arrow in the lower-right corner of the server object, the
    server has not yet been authorized.
    3. Right-click the server, and then click Authorize .
    4. After a few moments, right-click the server again, and then click
    Refresh .

    There should be a green arrow in the lower-right corner to indicate that
    the server has been authorized.

    If the issue persists please let me know the result when you run IPCONFIG
    /ALL in command line. And how about IPCONFIG /Release and IPCONFIG /Renew

    More information for your reference:

    325473 How to move a DHCP database from a computer that is running Windows
    NT Server 4.0, Windows 2000, or Windows Server 2003 to a computer that is
    running Windows Server 2003
    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;325473

    323416 How To Install and Configure a DHCP Server in a Workgroup in Windows
    Server 2003
    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;323416

    Hope the information helps. If there is anything that is unclear, please
    feel free to let me know.

    Best Regards,

    Jason Tan

    Microsoft Online Partner Support
    Get Secure! - www.microsoft.com/security

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    --------------------
    | From: "Felix" <>
    | Subject: DHCP server on the same LAN with another DHCP does not work even
    after disabling the old DHCP services and scope
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    | I installed DHCP server on one of our DC (Win2K3), there is already an
    | existing DHCP server running on Win2000 server. The scope will be the
    same,
    | as we are migrating from Win2K to Win3K. But, something is happening that
    | the new DC (Windows Server 2003) is not working. I even got the article
    from
    | Microsoft KB and here is the article.
    |
    | http://support.microsoft.com/kb/197197/EN-US/#top
    |
    | I totally agree on this article, and for me my SCENARIO is 3. Where,
    there
    | are other DHCP servers on the same LAN. I did disabled the service and
    | deactivated the scope of the old DHCP server. But, still it does not
    work.
    | So, I am confused. As, I have been pulling my head what could go wrong.
    | Also, similary WINS is not registering as I think, the reason being that
    | none of the clients have got the new DHCP servers IP Address which has
    the
    | new WINS server settings in it. So, that might be the cause.
    |
    | Any help in regard to this would be appreciated. I need to get this new
    DC
    | and DHCP up and running by Monday morning.
    |
    | Thanks in advance!!
    |
    |
    |
     
    Jason Tan, Feb 13, 2006
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  3. Felix

    Felix Guest

    Hi Jason,

    Thanks for your reply! I have done everything and have done what all you
    have told me and then still failed. As, I could not ask my boss who is "THE
    SO CALLED CISCO GUY/NETWORK GUY" and I tell him that there is something that
    needs to be enabled on the SWITCH as he would say oh there is nothing wrong
    on the SWITCH or the ROUTER. I had a tussle with him for another issue like
    this. So, I shut my mouth. Later on today I explained to him this problem
    and then he told me Oh, I know where it is wrong after 30 minutes and said,
    I am sorry I forgot to add the HELPER ADDRESS on the SWITCH to point to the
    new server. Without this the clients will not know which server to go for
    DHCP REQUEST. So, this was the problem why I had all these issues.

    Isn't IT Wonderful?

    Whatever!! thanks to you and so many others who also replied to me in other
    locations. But, you guys are great and I am really thankful for all the
    replies.

    thanks again!!
     
    Felix, Feb 14, 2006
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  4. Felix

    Felix Guest

    Hi Jason,

    Thanks for your reply. Well I have done all that what you have mentioned but
    still does not work. I even got some additional information in regard to
    deactivating an existing scope (which should not be done).

    Here are some of the articles

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/197197/EN-US/#top

    Deactivate scopes only when removing a scope permanently from service.

    Once you activate a scope, it should not be deactivated until you are ready
    to retire the scope and its included range of addresses from use on your
    network.

    Once a scope is deactivated, the DHCP server no longer accepts those scope
    addresses as valid addresses. This is only useful when the intention is to
    permanently retire a scope from use. Otherwise, deactivating a scope causes
    undesired DHCP negative acknowledgement messages (DHCPNAKs) to be sent to
    clients.

    If the intent is only to affect temporary deactivation of scope addresses,
    editing or modifying exclusion ranges in an active scope achieves the
    intended result without undesired results.

    For more information, see Manage Scopes .



    So, in my case, I deactivated the old scope on the old Win2K server and
    activated the new DHCP server (As, I had already got all the Scopes and
    printer reservations all done in the new DHCP server). So, based on the
    article above it looks that there is a DHCPNAKs problem and that is the
    reason why my new DHCP server is not functioning as it should be. I also
    looked into another article where it says something about the client side as
    the clients are PXE boot...(I am not sure what this is all about)..

    But if at all there is something on the switch side that is not allowing the
    new DHCP server to process requests then how can the old server on the same
    switch process the request.

    Here is the article what I am talking about above:
     
    Felix, Feb 14, 2006
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  5. Felix

    Felix Guest

    Hi Jason,

    Thanks for your reply. Well I have done all that what you have mentioned but
    still does not work. I even got some additional information in regard to
    deactivating an existing scope (which should not be done).

    Here is the article for that. Other than that
     
    Felix, Feb 14, 2006
    #5
  6. Felix

    Jason Tan Guest

    Hello,

    Thanks for reply!

    The issue seems weird to me. Have you tried to uninstall DHCP server on the
    old NT 4.0 server? What is the result of IPconfig /renew? Can you lease the
    IP address from the Windows 2003 DHCP server? Please confirm you have 2k3
    DHCP server in place first.

    Regards,
    Jason
    --------------------
    | From: "Felix" <>
    | References: <#>
    <>
    | Subject: Re: DHCP server on the same LAN with another DHCP does not work
    even after disabling the old DHCP services and scope
    | Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 20:26:48 -0600
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    |
    | Hi Jason,
    |
    | Thanks for your reply. Well I have done all that what you have mentioned
    but
    | still does not work. I even got some additional information in regard to
    | deactivating an existing scope (which should not be done).
    |
    | Here are some of the articles
    |
    | http://support.microsoft.com/kb/197197/EN-US/#top
    |
    | Deactivate scopes only when removing a scope permanently from service.
    |
    | Once you activate a scope, it should not be deactivated until you are
    ready
    | to retire the scope and its included range of addresses from use on your
    | network.
    |
    | Once a scope is deactivated, the DHCP server no longer accepts those scope
    | addresses as valid addresses. This is only useful when the intention is to
    | permanently retire a scope from use. Otherwise, deactivating a scope
    causes
    | undesired DHCP negative acknowledgement messages (DHCPNAKs) to be sent to
    | clients.
    |
    | If the intent is only to affect temporary deactivation of scope addresses,
    | editing or modifying exclusion ranges in an active scope achieves the
    | intended result without undesired results.
    |
    | For more information, see Manage Scopes .
    |
    |
    |
    | So, in my case, I deactivated the old scope on the old Win2K server and
    | activated the new DHCP server (As, I had already got all the Scopes and
    | printer reservations all done in the new DHCP server). So, based on the
    | article above it looks that there is a DHCPNAKs problem and that is the
    | reason why my new DHCP server is not functioning as it should be. I also
    | looked into another article where it says something about the client side
    as
    | the clients are PXE boot...(I am not sure what this is all about)..
    |
    | But if at all there is something on the switch side that is not allowing
    the
    | new DHCP server to process requests then how can the old server on the
    same
    | switch process the request.
    |
    | Here is the article what I am talking about above:
    |
    |
    |
    |
    |
    |
    |
    | | > Hello,
    | >
    | > Thanks for posting!
    | >
    | > From your post I understand that the new DHCP server on a Windows 2k3
    does
    | > not work. I would like to provide you with the following suggestions
    | >
    | > 1. Please confirm that you have unauthorized/adisabled the old DHCP
    server
    | > on Windows 2k.
    | >
    | > 2. Please confirm that you have configurated the new DHCP server
    | > successfully. Note: please ensure you have authorized the DHCP server.
    | >
    | > Authorize a DHCP server
    | > ===============
    | > 1. Click Start , click Programs , click Administrative Tools , and then
    | > click DHCP .
    | >
    | > NOTE : You must be logged on to the server with an account that is a
    | > member
    | > of the Enterprise Administrators group.
    | > 2. In the console tree of the DHCP snap-in, select the new DHCP server.
    If
    | > there is a red arrow in the lower-right corner of the server object, the
    | > server has not yet been authorized.
    | > 3. Right-click the server, and then click Authorize .
    | > 4. After a few moments, right-click the server again, and then click
    | > Refresh .
    | >
    | > There should be a green arrow in the lower-right corner to indicate that
    | > the server has been authorized.
    | >
    | > If the issue persists please let me know the result when you run
    IPCONFIG
    | > /ALL in command line. And how about IPCONFIG /Release and IPCONFIG
    /Renew
    | >
    | > More information for your reference:
    | >
    | > 325473 How to move a DHCP database from a computer that is running
    Windows
    | > NT Server 4.0, Windows 2000, or Windows Server 2003 to a computer that
    is
    | > running Windows Server 2003
    | > http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;325473
    | >
    | > 323416 How To Install and Configure a DHCP Server in a Workgroup in
    | > Windows
    | > Server 2003
    | > http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;323416
    | >
    | > Hope the information helps. If there is anything that is unclear, please
    | > feel free to let me know.
    | >
    | > Best Regards,
    | >
    | > Jason Tan
    | >
    | > Microsoft Online Partner Support
    | > Get Secure! - www.microsoft.com/security
    | >
    | > =====================================================
    | >
    | > When responding to posts, please "Reply to Group" via your newsreader so
    | > that others may learn and benefit from your issue.
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    | > rights.
    | >
    | >
    | >
    | >
    | >
    | > --------------------
    | > | From: "Felix" <>
    | > | Subject: DHCP server on the same LAN with another DHCP does not work
    | > even
    | > after disabling the old DHCP services and scope
    | > | Date: Sat, 11 Feb 2006 20:00:20 -0600
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    | > microsoft.public.windows.server.migration:22433
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    | > |
    | > | I installed DHCP server on one of our DC (Win2K3), there is already an
    | > | existing DHCP server running on Win2000 server. The scope will be the
    | > same,
    | > | as we are migrating from Win2K to Win3K. But, something is happening
    | > that
    | > | the new DC (Windows Server 2003) is not working. I even got the
    article
    | > from
    | > | Microsoft KB and here is the article.
    | > |
    | > | http://support.microsoft.com/kb/197197/EN-US/#top
    | > |
    | > | I totally agree on this article, and for me my SCENARIO is 3. Where,
    | > there
    | > | are other DHCP servers on the same LAN. I did disabled the service and
    | > | deactivated the scope of the old DHCP server. But, still it does not
    | > work.
    | > | So, I am confused. As, I have been pulling my head what could go
    wrong.
    | > | Also, similary WINS is not registering as I think, the reason being
    that
    | > | none of the clients have got the new DHCP servers IP Address which has
    | > the
    | > | new WINS server settings in it. So, that might be the cause.
    | > |
    | > | Any help in regard to this would be appreciated. I need to get this
    new
    | > DC
    | > | and DHCP up and running by Monday morning.
    | > |
    | > | Thanks in advance!!
    | > |
    | > |
    | > |
    | >
    |
    |
    |
    |
     
    Jason Tan, Feb 15, 2006
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  7. Felix

    Felix Guest

    Hi Jason,

    It has nothing to do with DHCP finally, it was due to helper address that
    was not in place on the router. The network guy did not put the helper
    address for the clients to understand which server to go for DHCP and
    whether this server was available as the DHCP server. So, now he has added
    that, and I should be able to get my new DHCP server up and running.

    thanks again!! May be this is helpful for people who have similar issues,
    and similar issues with a router guy who says that there is nothing that he
    has to do with the router, and everything is perfect.

    regards,
    Felix
     
    Felix, Feb 15, 2006
    #7
  8. Felix

    Jason Tan Guest

    Hello,

    I appreciate your update and response, and I am glad to hear that the
    problem has been fixed. If you have any other questions or concerns,
    please do not hesitate to contact us. It is always our pleasure to be of
    assistance.

    Have a nice day!

    Best Regards,

    Jason Tan

    Microsoft Online Partner Support
    Get Secure! - www.microsoft.com/security

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    | From: "Felix" <>
    | References: <#>
    <>
    <#>
    <>
    | Subject: Re: DHCP server on the same LAN with another DHCP does not work
    even after disabling the old DHCP services and scope
    | Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2006 05:53:59 -0600
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    |
    | Hi Jason,
    |
    | It has nothing to do with DHCP finally, it was due to helper address that
    | was not in place on the router. The network guy did not put the helper
    | address for the clients to understand which server to go for DHCP and
    | whether this server was available as the DHCP server. So, now he has
    added
    | that, and I should be able to get my new DHCP server up and running.
    |
    | thanks again!! May be this is helpful for people who have similar issues,
    | and similar issues with a router guy who says that there is nothing that
    he
    | has to do with the router, and everything is perfect.
    |
    | regards,
    | Felix
    |
    | | > Hello,
    | >
    | > Thanks for reply!
    | >
    | > The issue seems weird to me. Have you tried to uninstall DHCP server on
    | > the
    | > old NT 4.0 server? What is the result of IPconfig /renew? Can you lease
    | > the
    | > IP address from the Windows 2003 DHCP server? Please confirm you have
    2k3
    | > DHCP server in place first.
    | >
    | > Regards,
    | > Jason
    | > --------------------
    | > | From: "Felix" <>
    | > | References: <#>
    | > <>
    | > | Subject: Re: DHCP server on the same LAN with another DHCP does not
    work
    | > even after disabling the old DHCP services and scope
    | > | Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 20:26:48 -0600
    | > | Lines: 175
    | > | X-Priority: 3
    | > | X-MSMail-Priority: Normal
    | > | X-Newsreader: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2900.2180
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    | > | Message-ID: <#>
    | > | Newsgroups: microsoft.public.windows.server.migration
    | > | NNTP-Posting-Host: 24-179-154-90.dhcp.stpt.wi.charter.com
    24.179.154.90
    | > | Path: TK2MSFTNGXA01.phx.gbl!TK2MSFTNGP08.phx.gbl!TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl
    | > | Xref: TK2MSFTNGXA01.phx.gbl
    | > microsoft.public.windows.server.migration:22460
    | > | X-Tomcat-NG: microsoft.public.windows.server.migration
    | > |
    | > | Hi Jason,
    | > |
    | > | Thanks for your reply. Well I have done all that what you have
    mentioned
    | > but
    | > | still does not work. I even got some additional information in regard
    to
    | > | deactivating an existing scope (which should not be done).
    | > |
    | > | Here are some of the articles
    | > |
    | > | http://support.microsoft.com/kb/197197/EN-US/#top
    | > |
    | > | Deactivate scopes only when removing a scope permanently from service.
    | > |
    | > | Once you activate a scope, it should not be deactivated until you are
    | > ready
    | > | to retire the scope and its included range of addresses from use on
    your
    | > | network.
    | > |
    | > | Once a scope is deactivated, the DHCP server no longer accepts those
    | > scope
    | > | addresses as valid addresses. This is only useful when the intention
    is
    | > to
    | > | permanently retire a scope from use. Otherwise, deactivating a scope
    | > causes
    | > | undesired DHCP negative acknowledgement messages (DHCPNAKs) to be
    sent
    | > to
    | > | clients.
    | > |
    | > | If the intent is only to affect temporary deactivation of scope
    | > addresses,
    | > | editing or modifying exclusion ranges in an active scope achieves the
    | > | intended result without undesired results.
    | > |
    | > | For more information, see Manage Scopes .
    | > |
    | > |
    | > |
    | > | So, in my case, I deactivated the old scope on the old Win2K server
    and
    | > | activated the new DHCP server (As, I had already got all the Scopes
    and
    | > | printer reservations all done in the new DHCP server). So, based on
    the
    | > | article above it looks that there is a DHCPNAKs problem and that is
    the
    | > | reason why my new DHCP server is not functioning as it should be. I
    also
    | > | looked into another article where it says something about the client
    | > side
    | > as
    | > | the clients are PXE boot...(I am not sure what this is all about)..
    | > |
    | > | But if at all there is something on the switch side that is not
    allowing
    | > the
    | > | new DHCP server to process requests then how can the old server on the
    | > same
    | > | switch process the request.
    | > |
    | > | Here is the article what I am talking about above:
    | > |
    | > |
    | > |
    | > |
    | > |
    | > |
    | > |
    | > | | > | > Hello,
    | > | >
    | > | > Thanks for posting!
    | > | >
    | > | > From your post I understand that the new DHCP server on a Windows
    2k3
    | > does
    | > | > not work. I would like to provide you with the following suggestions
    | > | >
    | > | > 1. Please confirm that you have unauthorized/adisabled the old DHCP
    | > server
    | > | > on Windows 2k.
    | > | >
    | > | > 2. Please confirm that you have configurated the new DHCP server
    | > | > successfully. Note: please ensure you have authorized the DHCP
    server.
    | > | >
    | > | > Authorize a DHCP server
    | > | > ===============
    | > | > 1. Click Start , click Programs , click Administrative Tools , and
    | > then
    | > | > click DHCP .
    | > | >
    | > | > NOTE : You must be logged on to the server with an account that is a
    | > | > member
    | > | > of the Enterprise Administrators group.
    | > | > 2. In the console tree of the DHCP snap-in, select the new DHCP
    | > server.
    | > If
    | > | > there is a red arrow in the lower-right corner of the server
    object,
    | > the
    | > | > server has not yet been authorized.
    | > | > 3. Right-click the server, and then click Authorize .
    | > | > 4. After a few moments, right-click the server again, and then click
    | > | > Refresh .
    | > | >
    | > | > There should be a green arrow in the lower-right corner to indicate
    | > that
    | > | > the server has been authorized.
    | > | >
    | > | > If the issue persists please let me know the result when you run
    | > IPCONFIG
    | > | > /ALL in command line. And how about IPCONFIG /Release and IPCONFIG
    | > /Renew
    | > | >
    | > | > More information for your reference:
    | > | >
    | > | > 325473 How to move a DHCP database from a computer that is running
    | > Windows
    | > | > NT Server 4.0, Windows 2000, or Windows Server 2003 to a computer
    that
    | > is
    | > | > running Windows Server 2003
    | > | > http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;325473
    | > | >
    | > | > 323416 How To Install and Configure a DHCP Server in a Workgroup in
    | > | > Windows
    | > | > Server 2003
    | > | > http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;323416
    | > | >
    | > | > Hope the information helps. If there is anything that is unclear,
    | > please
    | > | > feel free to let me know.
    | > | >
    | > | > Best Regards,
    | > | >
    | > | > Jason Tan
    | > | >
    | > | > Microsoft Online Partner Support
    | > | > Get Secure! - www.microsoft.com/security
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    | > | >
    | > | >
    | > | > --------------------
    | > | > | From: "Felix" <>
    | > | > | Subject: DHCP server on the same LAN with another DHCP does not
    work
    | > | > even
    | > | > after disabling the old DHCP services and scope
    | > | > | Date: Sat, 11 Feb 2006 20:00:20 -0600
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    | > | > | NNTP-Posting-Host: 24-179-154-90.dhcp.stpt.wi.charter.com
    | > 24.179.154.90
    | > | > | Path:
    | > TK2MSFTNGXA01.phx.gbl!TK2MSFTNGP08.phx.gbl!TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl
    | > | > | Xref: TK2MSFTNGXA01.phx.gbl
    | > | > microsoft.public.windows.server.migration:22433
    | > | > | X-Tomcat-NG: microsoft.public.windows.server.migration
    | > | > |
    | > | > | I installed DHCP server on one of our DC (Win2K3), there is
    already
    | > an
    | > | > | existing DHCP server running on Win2000 server. The scope will be
    | > the
    | > | > same,
    | > | > | as we are migrating from Win2K to Win3K. But, something is
    happening
    | > | > that
    | > | > | the new DC (Windows Server 2003) is not working. I even got the
    | > article
    | > | > from
    | > | > | Microsoft KB and here is the article.
    | > | > |
    | > | > | http://support.microsoft.com/kb/197197/EN-US/#top
    | > | > |
    | > | > | I totally agree on this article, and for me my SCENARIO is 3.
    Where,
    | > | > there
    | > | > | are other DHCP servers on the same LAN. I did disabled the
    service
    | > and
    | > | > | deactivated the scope of the old DHCP server. But, still it does
    not
    | > | > work.
    | > | > | So, I am confused. As, I have been pulling my head what could go
    | > wrong.
    | > | > | Also, similary WINS is not registering as I think, the reason
    being
    | > that
    | > | > | none of the clients have got the new DHCP servers IP Address
    which
    | > has
    | > | > the
    | > | > | new WINS server settings in it. So, that might be the cause.
    | > | > |
    | > | > | Any help in regard to this would be appreciated. I need to get
    this
    | > new
    | > | > DC
    | > | > | and DHCP up and running by Monday morning.
    | > | > |
    | > | > | Thanks in advance!!
    | > | > |
    | > | > |
    | > | > |
    | > | >
    | > |
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    Jason Tan, Feb 16, 2006
    #8
  9. Felix

    Hank Arnold Guest

    Where is this "helper" address??
     
    Hank Arnold, Feb 17, 2006
    #9
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