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I just connected my server to my router but my client machine does not connect to it.

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My server used to be connected to my client machine via crossover cable. I now have the server connected to my router (using a standard ethernet cable), but my client machine will not reconnect to my domain on the server. I would like to have this setup so I can test cleint/server apps using either wireless or ethernet connections to the server. I can ping the server (using the command prompt) on both my client machine and a wireless laptop. I cannot connect like I used to by connecting to the domain. What setting do I need to reset?
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