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AXIS CD TOWERS E100

I have replaced the controller, NIC, and the cable. I have LED lights that are a constant green. I can connect via laptop directly to the tower and access the CD's, but when I try to run a ping to my servers it shows as being down, I have link lights and all connections are good. By default the DHCP places an IP address on the Tower, I have disabled this and assigned a static IP address, any Idea why I can't see this server?

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I am sorry, but this is not really my area of expertise. You could try Ekse or Benimur who are good at networking.

You do not have to rate this post, as I did not really provide a solution.

Good luck!

Posted on May 22, 2008

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