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No internet for none active directory  users computers

Posted on 2011-02-14
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Hello all,

I have an issue that only computers with domain profile could access the internet, other computers (like guest, visitors etc.) could access the internal network but not to the internet defining static IP with GW not solve it. Any idea?

Best Regards,

Asaf
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Question by:Robert-Prodigy
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by:pier17
ID: 34892324
did you check if the other computers have the proper DNS set in the IP configuration?
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by:Robert-Prodigy
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Hi,

the DNS setting is correct, when i add the pc to domain it works fine and internet is working, it may be also a security issue that someone blocked in the past.

Bottom line  - pc that not part of our domain cant access the internet (DNS setting correct like all out network – our main server)
 

Best Regards
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Robert-Prodigy earned 0 total points
ID: 35040864
solved by resetup the DHCP the configuration was that all the users was in reservation in the default gateway was generate only to that specific address
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by:Robert-Prodigy
ID: 35081089
DHCP issue
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