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Wrong DNS pointer.

We are running Windows 2003 Sever on our network and Windows XP Professional on our clients. The clients can’t access the internet.  When we do an Ipconfig /ALL we get the proper IP address for the clients (10.2.137.3) but the DNs pointers go to a 192.168.0.1 address. How can this happen and how can this be fixed?
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Erwin Krisch
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askurat1Commented:
So that is what they are showing for their DNS records?
What is the servers dns settings?
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gmbaxterCommented:
Check your dhcp scope settings on your dhcp server. Under dns, check for the dns server address which is being given out.
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Erwin KrischAuthor Commented:
It seems that the problem laid in on of our roter's setup. The problem has beem fixed.
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Erwin KrischAuthor Commented:
Because it is the one that worked.
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