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#1 josh05

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Posted 11 May 2005 - 05:08 AM

hallo there
there are some computers in our network that will not see the rest of the network.they were working fine for quite a long time fine untill the other day.It is a small network that has less than ten comps connected to the rest of the network through accton switch and some are working fine.The problem started at the same time there was some power flactuations.when I ping the network card I can see its working.I would appreciate if someone could give me an insight of what could be wrong.

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Posted 11 May 2005 - 07:21 AM

Have you tried unplugging a cable at the switch from one of the non-working PCs and plugging it in to a port used by a working PC? If the PC works again then I'd say your switch has been damaged by the power fluctuation.

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