We recently purchased a new server with dual NICs and installed Windows Web\nServer 2008 on it. After some difficulty and support calls to HP I was able\nto get the correct NIC driver and team them together. This server is meant\nto replace our current web server. Both servers are in the DMZ in the same\nworkgroup. They can communicate with each other and I can remote desktop to\nboth. The only problem is that the new server can't connect to the internet\nor ping anything outside the DMZ. I have set up the TCP/IP properties on the\nNIC team the same as the old web server (except for a different static IP).\nThe T1 (through our ISP's router) is connected to the external port of our\nPIX firewall. The internal port on the PIX is connected to a switch\nproviding internet connectivity to the users. The DMZ port on the PIX is\nconnected to another switch with only the 2 web servers (the old and new)\nconnected. The PIX config has been set up with the same rules for both\nservers (as far as I can tell). I can ping both servers from the PIX. The\nold web server has no problem connecting to the internet and our Exchange\nserver doesn't either. Does anyone have any ideas on what may be causing my\nproblem or what I can look at to see where the problem is?