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SBS 2003 Domain Clients Cannot Browse the Internet

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Hi Folks,

I have a very small SBS 2003 Domain sitting behind a switch and then a router.  The router is providing the addressing, dhcp is turned off in the server.  The server's dns address is itself and it can surf the internet just fine.

The client, however, cannot browse the internet.  It's dns address is the server.  When I do a tracert out to the internet everything is resolved just fine.  The clients can access shares on the server just fine but they cannot browse.

Any thoughts?

Thanks in Advance!
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by:rindi
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You have to set the gateway ip on your PC's to the Lan IP Address of your router.
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by:btmtech
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Got that and in fact when I do a tracert the first address it hits is the gateway/router.
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by:gpriceee
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Have you dropped the root domain from the DNS server?  It's the dot .
If the DNS server has this dot, it will not forward DNS to the internet.
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by:btmtech
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What should be there instead of the dot?

If this was the issue wouldn't the server not be able to get out as well?
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by:TalPatel
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Can you access sites vai IP addresses, if yes... Its DNS issues
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gpriceee earned 2000 total points
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Delete the dot in the Forward lookup zones.  The dot in cached Lookups is okay.
What DNS settings do you have on the server?  Does the server point only to itself for DNS?
Also, do you have forwarding setup?  Under the advanced tab on the DNS server properties, "Disable recursion" must be cleared.

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by:btmtech
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I will check...
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I would like to know what happened . . . what was the result of the "check"?
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