Have several people in one building. they can get thru the system with ping and everything. But, when they try to open email the systems hang.. I could say this was an exchange problem except, no one else in other buildings has this problem, only the ones in this one building, this is why I think it is a network issue with in the router or switch. Plus, as network admin I can open their mail boxes and attachements with out error. I have remote controlled their systems and pinged the server with no problems. any suggestions....
Depending on your network design and implementation, and prior to spending a significant amount of time troubleshooting a potential desktop issues, I would have one of the affected personnel use a workstation in the area that is known to be good. I am always suspect to these type of problems as our desktop support group consistently jumps to a conclusion of a network problem. Only to find later the customers shared a file ect... With our design if one device in an area is having a problem communicating then they all are having a problem, barring a physical connectivity of customer inflicted software problem.
I have 60 different networks accessing the Exhange server here and not one of the 40 routers has the ' ip helper address'. I guess it would depend on his particular NT setup. You may be right on as far as his setup is concerned though.
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Introduction The purpose of this document is to demonstrate the Open
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present in a non-backbone area. The V-bit is signaled in Type-1 LSA only
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share my experience and workaround to this. Login to admin via CLI, then
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