Problem in connecting to DHCP server

  Yahya Qazi 12:55 22 Aug 06


I have a LAN (workgroup) of about 40 computers running Windows Xp and Windows 2003 server on 4 computers.

1. DHCP, NAT is configured on one server.
2. Another is simply a file server.
3. Another is SQL server.
4. And last one is Web server.

I have internet connectivity through a leased line direct from ISP. We use DNS server of ISP. I have a problem with connectivity, i.e., when a client machine starts in the morning it needs to REPAIR the LAN connection to get connected to the server, so that it can use the internet. Other servers remain connected i.e., we can share files and folders from other server etc. Only internet remains unavailabe, when we REPAIR or 'Disable or Enable' the connection, then only the client machines get connected to the internet. We are using the same setup far last two years and we were not having any problem prior. The problem is only from 15 or 20 days. Please help


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