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ipconfig goes byebye!

Posted on 2001-06-21
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I have a 2k machine on a small network with a static ip address (no address conflicts). Every week,at what seems like random intervals, it forgets it's default gateway. If I run ipconfig /all I get nothing but the machines static ip address.

Am I missing something simple?
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by:hendrik999
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Is the IP-address and the address of the default gateway in the same network ?
Can you give us the actual IP-address and default gateway ?

If the gateway is lost what do you see
behind 'Default gateway' and
behind destination '0.0.0.0' if you give the command:
  route print
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by:mikecr
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It sounds like you need to update your net card drivers. I had this same thing happen to me in W2K using an Intel 2011 Wireless access card.
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