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Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by dlc, Jan 25, 2007.

  1. dlc

    dlc Guest

    Can anyone help with this issue?

    Computer A cannot connect to SBS A.
    Computer A can connect to SBS B and C.
    Computer B and C can connect to SBS A, B, C.

    On SBS A Computer A gets to verifying connection, sits for about 30 seconds
    then fails with a 721 error.
     
    dlc, Jan 25, 2007
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  2. dlc

    dlc Guest

    Update...
    Computer A can go to another location and connect to SBS A.
    When at Home, computer A cannot connect to SBS A.
    All SBS servers are Bellsouth DSL.
    SBS A is Westell Modem configured for Static IP. Dual Nic, Public IP on
    second Nic
    When at Home, computer A can connect to SBS B and SBS C.
    SBS B is same configuration as SBS A
    SBS C is netopia router, single nic, pinholes.
    Home is DSL light. Can connect speed be an issue?
     
    dlc, Jan 25, 2007
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  3. dlc

    Joe Guest

    That looks awfully like an IP network address conflict. Computer
    A is probably using a router which issues an IP address which
    overlaps a network at SBS A location, but SBS B and C are using
    different addresses.

    Find out what all three use and set yours to something different.
     
    Joe, Jan 25, 2007
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