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No longer pinging...

Hello,
We have a network of 3 computers and several printers.  Suddenly - we think after a power failure - our server would no longer ping either of the other 2 computers, nor would it print.  Oddly, the other 3 computers can ping this server's IP address.
Any ideas?
Thanks,
Jime

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Check the cables, it's possible that a wire used for the comm. from the server to the switch/router is not making proper contact or is broke...

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How to Troubleshooting Network




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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2. If you server stopped working you should inform the users of the server and you should start working on fixing the error.
3. If a single client computer stopped working or disconnected from the network, ask the user of that computer that what recent changes cause the server to stop working such as newly installed software or games, service packs, internet software, new hardware or any other thing.
4. Check the physical network connectivity. The most network problems arise due to the physical layers failure.
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