Just added a server on the networ. Request time out is happening when I ping DNS Server

I am a beginner and have been slapped with the task fo adding a new windows server to a network.  This server is to have its own domain however be seen within another one.  Will someone direct me to a solution.  documents of some sort.  Thanks
NikkitaKMilesAsked:
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almilyoCommented:
it sounds like a network configuration error. can you open a command prompt on the new server, and type

'ipconfig /all'

and post the result here. then do the same on the DNS server?

You can copy and paste from a command prompt by clicking the icon in the top left,  selecting the 'edit' menu and hitting mark. Any text you display will then by copied to the clipboard.

Posting a public IP address here may have security implications, so if one of the IPs returned by ipconfig is public, you may want to obfuscate it, or make sure your firewall is configured properly.
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GeeezahCommented:
Nice step by step guide - maybe useful to use your existing DNS Server as the DNS for the New server.
http://www.visualwin.com/AD-Controller/
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NikkitaKMilesAuthor Commented:
The exisitng is the existing server.  the expert is the new server
existing-.txt
expert.txt
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NikkitaKMilesAuthor Commented:
Geeezah.

Is this still doable when the first domain is sbs domain andthe 2nd domain is wndows 2003 server?
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GeeezahCommented:
Can you ping the Gateway ? and Can you Ping the IP address of your SBS ?
If the answer is YES NO then almilyo: had the answer with the SBS Firewall is blocking or there are no routes on the switch/hub 192.168.50.1
SBS and 2003 will work quite happily together as you want them in seperate domains
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NikkitaKMilesAuthor Commented:
No I cannot
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NikkitaKMilesAuthor Commented:
Request time out
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NikkitaKMilesAuthor Commented:
since my DC is already created in the sbs I would not be creating the first domain controller would I?  I mean I have a dNS set up already in the sbs
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NikkitaKMilesAuthor Commented:
Should I add all the DNS and DHcp components on the new server?
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NikkitaKMilesAuthor Commented:
The sbs can ping the new server but the new server cannot ping the gateway or the new server.  Suggestions?
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NikkitaKMilesAuthor Commented:
Just solved my own.  The port was dead.  Changed port and now working.
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