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3005 only providing 2 IP addresses out of 254

Posted on 2006-07-20
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I have a 3005 clients connecting as normal.  DHCP scope is coming from windows 2000 server
When 2 clients connect the 3rd gets boucned off because the IP address is taken from the other client.    
DHCP is coming from server thru 3005 device

Any advice?
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What is your DHCP scope?
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i found out that this problem is related to the DSL modem\linksys router that would only provide 1 or 2 NAT tunnels out.
When i enabled Nat\PAT UDP over port 4500 all 3 machines connected.  
This is only temporary until we get a real router in place to allow site to site from branch office to HQ
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Go to community support and request a refund of your points for this question.  http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Q_21926448.html
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Thanks!
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