I am in the middle of a SBS 2011 Migration from a Windows Server 2003 Enterprise R2. During the SBS 2011 Migration wizard I am at the point of connecting to the local network. Our current local network is a 192.1.1.X network and DHCP is running from the Server 2003 Enterprise (source server). The error I am getting during setup is:
"You Still have a routable IP address. Check the connection between the network adapter on the server and the LAN port on the router, and make sure that the network connection lights are on"
I am getting link lights and can get onto network from other devices just fine. I did dig up this KB for SBS 2008 but not sure if it applies to SBS 2011:
From the above article, it appears SBS servers can only be on 10.0.0.0, 172.16.0.0 or 192.168.0.0 networks.
Since I am on a 126.96.36.199 network is that the issue?
Also, is it possible to install the SBS 2011 without the migration wizard (standalone domain) then run the migration wizard with the already created answer file? I am currently stuck at the moment and just looking for some possible solutions.