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No Internet in Server 2000. Application Server

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I have an application server running Windows Server 2000. This has Oracle 9i App Server installed. I am connected to a gateway (ROUTER) which ip is 192.168.0.200.

i have a domain controller which IP is 192.168.0.1 and it works as a DNS Server and DNS queries for external domains is forwarded to ISP DNS Servers. So in the Application Server the IP Configuration is as below.

IP Address : 192.168.0.3
SM :              255.255.255.0
D.Gateway: 192.168.0.200

Preferred DNS Server : 192.168.0.1

Now the same is configured with all other systems with Different IP Addresses and internet works fine... I cannot figure out why internet is not working in this Server. but the internal communication is absolutely fine with this server. I can PING, Transfer Files, and all users are able to connect to the app server without any issues. Please help me...

Thank You Very Much

Regards

Syed Mohammed Sirajuddin
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by:Patmac951
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Are you using Internet Explorer as your browser?  If you attempt to open an any internet browser on this server, what is the exact error?

On the server in question, if possible can you go to a command prompt and type the following command: c:>ipconfig /all
and then post the results?

Finally if you have admin rights on the server  you can go to a command prompt and run the following command:
c:\tracert yahoo.com

 to verify the outbound access is getting past your firewall.
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by:Patmac951
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Hey I forgot one thing.....make sure the Internet browser you are using is not set to use a Proxy server IP address.

If it is Internet explorer find the Tools menu , Internet Options, Connections (tab), Lan Settings. If the Proxy server is enabled, try to disable and then check the internet access again .   Otherwise if your network does use a proxy server check another computer that has internet access to see if they use a proxy server and then emulate the settings to the server having the problem.
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by:brandsco
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Hi.. i have tried ipconfig /all and found that the IP Settings are the same as i have configured in the server. And i do not have any proxy configured, anyhow i checked the internet explorer tools connectins tab and it is set to automatically detect settings.  

I tried tracert yahoo.com and found that it is reaching the gateway but after that the connection is timed out... but there are no problems with other pcs. in fact if i disconnect the server from the network and assign the same ip to another system, there is internet connecttion...

What do you suggest???

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by:brandsco
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Sorry i forgot to post the results\

please find it here
report.txt
tracert.txt
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by:Alan Hardisty
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It sounds to me as if your firewall is blocking Internet Access for the Application Server.  Please check what is allowed / blocked on your firewall for port 80.
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by:dlethe
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The "internet not working" is vague.
Do you mean you can't get HTTP to work on an external IP name, but it works from an IP number?
Do you mean that you can ping google.com, but can't use http://www.google.com from a web browser?
Try using firefox?  Do a traceroute so you can see if it is a DNS or Gateway issue.

You must have a router .. can you ping the internal network's IP number?  Can you then ping the routers WAN port IP number?
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i tried all the steps but no go.. This is what i did..
I setup routing and remote access role in the Server.

Then i added static routes to the routing table and now i am able to get internet in the application server... But thank you for your information..

I am not going to accept solution for this question that i have posted. Moderators please recommend whose solution i can accept if i have to..

Thank You
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by:brandsco
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I tried myself installing Static Routes in the Application Server.. Installed RAS Role and it is fine...
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