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ok, i am having this problem now... the local connection is sending packets but nothing is received the ipconfig /all when I select obtain ip automatically is:
host name: "computer's name"
primary dns suffix: "our domain"
node type:unknown
ip routing enabled: no
wins proxy enabled: no
dns suffix search:our domain

conn spec dns suffix:
description: realtek rtl8139/810x family pci fast ethernet nic
physical address: 00-08-02-49-4f-8f
dhcp enabled: yes
autoconfiguration enabled: yes
ip address: 0.0.0.0
subnet mask: 0.0.0.0
default gateway:
dhcp server: 255.255.255.255
dns servers: 192.168.1.00

i manually put in the ip info  and it has the correct stuff in ipconfig, but the connection still does not receive any packets.
the cable is working fine because i tried a known to be working one.
this just happened to one computer out of the blue, none of the others have this issue.  
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for DHCP enabled:
are you sure your DHCP server is not runing out of its lease scope, that means if it has avialable IPs for client computers?

for DHCP disabled:
can you PING other nearby computers by IP addresses?

whats your operating system? if it is XP/2003, is the ICF enabled?

later,
bbao

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by:Moshe72
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I replaced the card and it works now. I will just give it to you i guess :)
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by:bbao
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i would guess that if you replace the new card with the previous one, it might work again. hehe :) that is windows! ;))
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