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Cannot log onto network - get message "waiting for network services"

Hello: On boot - new Wsyse S30 units will not connect to our network. We receive a message on the screen " WAITING FOR NETWORK SERVICES". It does not see our network, gateway or DHCP server to be assigned an IP address

The network port, cable etc are fine as they work for other devices.

However once we hook the S30 unit up to the network it then crashes the switch which controls the network port & hangs the port which it was plugged into.

Any thoughts

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On the DNS-server (Active Directory) you have to generate spesific IP-address for each thin clients MAC-address.

Posted on Aug 12, 2008

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