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Moved to new office and now internet does not work on server.  Some workstations can conntect to internet but not all.  No Internet on server.  Please advise.
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You got a new office with a new external IP address. Did you change/update your DNS (it will likely have changed)? Were there firewall settings in the old site that now need to be updated?  ... Thinkpads_User
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How do I do that?  IT cannot be reached . . .
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Look in your Server under Adminstrative tools for DNS and look through the DNS settings. You need to ask your new ISP what DNS they use.

Try accessing a web page by external IP address (look one up) to see if DNS is, in fact, the issue.

... Thinkpads_User
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it was a little more complex than his answer, but it pointed me in the right direction
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Thank you. I was very pleased to help out.  Good luck going forward. ... Thinkpads_User
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