Solid green lights usually mean no activity. Have you checked the Network Card properties and made sure you are using DHCP? Are you plugging into a switch? Is the switch on the same network as your DHCP server? Have you tried different ports on the switch? Also, is the duplex set appropiately?
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1.Go to the dos prompt and type in ipconfig
2. An invalid ip address is anything that start off with 169.xx.xx.xx
3. If it give you an a valid ip address, go to a blank line on the dos prompt
4. Type ipconfig/release..press enter. A lot of information is going to come up
5. Go the next blank line in dos type ipconfig/renew.
6. Then power cycle the modem and computer by turn the modem completely off and then turn off the computer for 3 minutes. Then turn the modem and computer back on. Check to see if this work.
DNS-servers translate names, such as 'www.fixya.com' to IP-addresses, because routing of IP-packets on the Internet is done using the IP-addresses, not by using the names of each computer.
If you have a router between your computers and your cable-modem (or DSL-modem), then the router can automatically supply the "Primary DNS Server" and "Secondary DNS Server" and "IP Address" to your server computer, if you configure the network-adapter on the server to "automatically obtain an IP Address".
As long as you leave your server running, the "dynamic" IP-address that it obtains will, in effect, become a "static" (namely "non-changing") IP-address.
Hi there pls confirm whether you have tried to uninstall the network adpter and then restart ,or if physically the network adpter is installed in the PCI slot then change the slot and then reinstall I think this should workout or else the firmware for the server can be obtained frm HPupgrade with all the precaution as mentioned
Hi Franceso, plz specify Is it powering ON ? Which LED is glowing? These leds are there on the front panel :
1 Power On/Standby button 2 System power LED Green = Power on Amber = System shut down, but power still applied Off = No power
3 Internal health LED (Wave sign in BOX) Green = Normal Amber = System degraded. To identify the component in a degraded state, refer to system board LEDs. Red = System critical. To identify the component in a critical state, refer to system board LEDs. Off = Normal (when in standby mode)
4 External health LED (power supply) Green = Normal Amber = Power redundancy failure Red = Critical power supply failure 5 NIC 1 activity LED Green = Network link Flashing = Network link and activity Off = No link to network. 6 UID LED Blue = Activated Flashing = System remotely managed Off = Deactivated 7 UID button
If it is Internal health led then any internal h/w issue is suspected. If it is external health led then any power supply or power source related issue is suspected. Also
check the status of the server & its IML (Integrated Management
Logs) in ilo (Integrated Lights Out ) if it is configured. (2nd RJ45
port in rear)