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Problems with browsers in network but getting emails

Discussion in 'Networking' started by petecom, Mar 27, 2008.

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  1. petecom

    petecom Thread Starter

    Mar 27, 2008

    I currently have a server set up with windows 2003 sbs , there is an ewire router and 3 laptops connecting to the network. My problem is that none of the PC's or the server is getting a connetion on any of the browsers ie and firefox. emails are still coming through ok but cannot get browser connetivity. every time a browser is opened it comes up page unavailable you are not connected to the internet. I have checked all the settings and everything seems fine. I even configured the server, pc's and router for open dns but this didn't solve the issue.

    If anyone has any help urgently it would be very much appreciated. If you need anymore info please let me know. also the laptops are running windows vista ultimate and are connected to the domain.


  2. StumpedTechy


    Jul 7, 2004
    When you say you configured them for open dns what does that mean? Do you mean just automatically? If your on the server and you have the server pointed to the ISP dns servers does it get a web page? If not have you looked at the DNS services on the server have you checked the event log?

    Another thought if you have this serverp ointed to the ISP DNS servers and its not resolving what if you try any of these?,,,,,
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