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    What are DNS IP addresses? If you mean the addresses pool, then it's from 192.168.234.20 - 33 right now.

    I noticed that too, from the wks's ipconfig. I checked my DNS again, and it had 127 and other dns servers listed in one of the tabs. I removed all but the DNS server ip itself. now seems better, for other wks.

    I also forgot to mention that this server lives on VMWare, but you probably noticed that already.

    still don't know what to do about the server though.. no internet.
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    Originally Posted by seack79
    Check your private messages and get back to me.
    Thanks! added you
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    Any luck with anything today George?
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    Turns out the issue was on the ISP side; don't know what specifically.
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    This may not be what happened this time, but we've run into this before, so it's something to look at.

    With Server 08 R2, teaming is a lot harder to get working correctly for NIC's. The OS offers the bridge mode, which on the surface looks the same, but it's not. Quite often (especially with the new RDS server system), if you bridge two connections, it seems to lock out part or all of the network at some random time and will only release it when you unbridge the connectins. We ran for months with it and it worked fine. Then randomly one of them cut off, then another a week later.

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    • AdamPI agrees : Thanks for reading the whole thing and posting actual advice.
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