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2 server in subnet, ping ok but domain controller not detected

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Hello,
I have a domain controller  W2000 with two nic
192.168.0.46 (In this network(net) there is the router 192.168.0.150)
192.168.2.46    The server W2003 with Ip 192.168.2.146 is a server of terminal server.
On having initiated it does not find the domain controller. To initiate it I have to disconnect the cable of network(net) because it was very slow. But I can  ping  to 192.168.0.46 (Dns), nslookup it  connects to the server, I cannot browser along Internet but a tracert www.google.com  is ok.
The strange thing is that the problem has been detected today, on Thursday it worked correctly.

Regards,
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by:ssmith764
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Sounds like a DNS problem. Do you have dns settings correctly set in your terminal server?
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by:silviall
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I think so.
If I do.
nslookup

www.google.es  --> ok
hawai (server) --> ok

But I try web browser with IP it doesn't work. But I can ping the server.
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by:ssmith764
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What does the terminal server have set for DNS? Looking at your setup it should be 192.168.2.46.
Does the terminal server have 2 nics also?
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The problem was the switch. I'd replaced the switch, and all ok.
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