Why does the client computers on my home network think server is outside of local network?
Posted on 2009-07-11
Hay guys. I have a windows server on my network and all the client computers think that the servers address if 126.96.36.199. I assign it manually. I know my dns server services are probably not configured properly, but I can't understand why when I ping server name <jz-dcgcl1> it return the aforemention outside address. I think this has been causing me a problem for some time now when trying to add computers to my domain.
The outside dns servers are: 188.8.131.52(16). If I'm not mistaken, they're class A and on same network. On my server (tcp/ip properties) I point to those addresses as dns servers. Win is pointed back to assign address (192.168.1.5). It's the wirddess thing