I have a Win 2003 server configured to use DHCP from a Linksys router.The IP address of the server is 192.168.1.2 and have all workstations configured to use the DHCP and preferred DNS Server which is the DC 192.168.1.2.I added three new workstations(XP 2003) to the domain,went fine can map drives,add printers etc.
My problem is the three workstations cannot talk to them selves and you cannot ping them from the server but you can ping the server from them.I think is my DNS configuration but dont know how to troubleshoot it.
Can someone help me with a step by step procedure to configure it.
Thanks in advance.
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