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Windows server 2012 R2

My Windows server 2012 R2 which is also a passive copy of Exchange DAG has not been able to ping internet address like The status of network adapter shows no internet access.
Windows Firewall for both domain/private/public disabled. Public IP for firewall uses same PAT interface for all servers and workstation and they are all working.
Something happened after recent windows update that stopped the service but I unable to find specific error on 25th of this month to trace the cause of this issue apart from -
Source - ACPI, EVent ID - 13
Source - WAS, 5138. I have already enabled WAS services now
GP, Evenid 1065
Source EVent log , 6008
Serve control manager 7001

Last update failure of same date Installation Failure: Windows failed to install the following update with error 0x80240054: Security Update For Exchange Server 2013 CU10 (KB3124557).
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yes.. I cannot ping tracert goest from switch IP to firewall IP and stops... but there no issue with any server using same PAT on firewall
have you looked at your firewall to make sure traffic from that server is being allowed out?
just getting exchange DAG connected to internet. As I had the old IP address on firewall NAT that was used for DAG which was not needed as it could just use the PAT and primary server has proper NAT that is entered in public DNS. I will have to try and complete and reboot this server and if still does not work the I will have to make call to MS.

It is  connected to internet. Traffic was passing firewall and the response to ping was trying funnel through the expired NATTED IP as a priority instead of using default dynamic PAT.

I always wait for couple of months after the CU update, to check review from other users before I apply to my production