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Server dropping off the network


I am running into a problem where my server ocassionally drops off the Network. I an not ping in or out of the server however the server is up and running. We are on Service Pack 1. The network is Gigabit. It seems that the only way to get the server back on the network is to do a re-boot.

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SP1 of what?

Is there any error message in the event logs?

Have you tried just disabling the NIC & re-enabling it?

Is there a second NIC onboard which you can switch to & see if it does it on that as well?

Try resetting TCP/IP with NETSH.

If all else fails, rather than spending hours on it (which presumably is expensive :), get an Intel server-grade Gb NIC (around £70 in the UK), install that & use it instead of the motherboard NICs which I'm guessing is what you're using now.

Posted on Jan 12, 2008

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Here you will learn network troubleshooting tips, fix tcp/ip errors, tcp/ip settings, internet connectivity errors, how to fix pc errors, lan connectivity issues, traceroute and ping commands. Whether your operating system is Windows or Linux network problems are likely to arise. Many times the network problems arisee due to improperly configured TCP/IP settings. Following is the basic checklist to identify and troubleshoot the basic networking errors.
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