I'm unable to browse my xp workstations from widows 2k3 server

my windows 2k3 server has a static ip address of 64.214.122.130
my xp worstations optain dynamic 192 ip address from my dhcp server

if i change my server to obtain ip the same way xp workstations does , i can browse those workstaions

but i can't do it while i assign the static ip.  
can you help me?
NabilbahrAsked:
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kelo501Commented:
start
administrtive tools
DHCP
right click -- new scope
follow the wizzard.

after it is done delete the old scope and reboot your workstations.

Quick question.  Is the 64.214.122.130 your public IP address?

If it is you should add a 2nd NIC and set it to 192.168.1.x and offer DHCP only on that NIC.

kelo
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NabilbahrAuthor Commented:
Yes it's a public IP , but when i used to have a w2k workstations i was able to browse them with the same NIC while they used to have 192 IP addresses using the DHCP on my router , now the new xp workstations with the same way to get the 192 IP from the same router cannot be browsed from my server. or i cannot browse my server from them.

i tried to change my public IP to 192 IP and I was able to browse
But how can i browse using windows 2000 server or 2003 server with a Public IP
I USED TO BE ABLE TO DO IT WITH 2K WORKSTATIONS , now xp workstations is not doing it

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kelo501Commented:
Well that is because they used net bios

go into the network settings of each work station---- tcp/ip > properties> advance > enable netbios over tcp\ip

kelo
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