Debian Server Issue - Networking

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  1. Debian Server Issue

    After shutting down my Debian Server, moving it to a different location
    in my home, and booting it up, I've come across a weird problem. I can
    access outside websites, but can't access my other internal servers and
    no one internally or externally can access the server. I'm thinking it
    may be a coincidence this is happening at the same time I moved the
    server, but does anyone have ideas of what could have gone wrong here
    for this to be happening?

    Thanks!

  2. Re: Debian Server Issue

    On 04/01/2008 07:24 AM, Grant wrote:
    > After shutting down my Debian Server, moving it to a different location
    > in my home, and booting it up, I've come across a weird problem. I can
    > access outside websites, but can't access my other internal servers and
    > no one internally or externally can access the server. I'm thinking it
    > may be a coincidence this is happening at the same time I moved the
    > server, but does anyone have ideas of what could have gone wrong here
    > for this to be happening?


    Please check the IP and, or firewall settings, may be it is getting a
    another IP from some other/un-desired DHCP Server on this
    segment/location of your (sub)network.

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