Posted 22 August 2011 - 07:20 PM
thanks so much for your time and help...yes i could use some more advice on how to fix this
As for your post
Sure, from the ipconfig you ran above, you can see the default gateway (this gives you internet access) has an ip address of 192.168.25.20, my guess would be that is also the ip address of the server. Yes It if you look at the original post that is the ipconfig from the server
You can check that by also running an ipconfig on the server and checking the ip address that gets listed. In original post
If that's the case, then the server is using RRAS to give your workstations internet access. How do i change this with this configuration?
Obviously when you try and remove this you are losing internet on the workstations. You can remove RRAS but you are going to need a new route for your workstations to gain internet access again. Right.....
When you run an ipconfig on the server, what does it report it's default gateway as? Default Gateway . : 192.168.25.20 on the one nic .25 subnet
and on the .2 subnet nic card here is the gateway....Default Gateway . . : 192.168.2.1
You may find you can give that ip address to the workstations instead (using dhcp).Dhcp is installed
But that all depends on how you get internet access on the server to begin with and how your network is configured in general. Internet access configurations to the linksys router are IP=184.108.40.206x gateway=220.127.116.11x dns=18.104.22.168 and 11
If you can find out the above questions I'll try and help you a bit more.
Here is my info I really hope you can help..thanks again