I'm working with a windows 2008 domain controller, which I'm having issues connecting to internet resources. A small bit of background, this is a 2008 domain controller that has been added into an existing Win 2k domain, with a goal of replacing the older computers. Both of the older controllers can still access internet resources, and so can all the clients.
When I ping Google.ca from the new server, it does resolve to an ip address, but then says "Reply from 192.168.123.20: Destination host unreachable."
I'm really at a lost now, I've checked and rechecked my ip configuration, the default gateway is my router, the primary DNS server is the my DC, and the secondary DNS is also my router.
The DNS server on the domain has a forwarder added for the router as well.
Everything on my local network works just fine, all my internal resources can be resolved.
For the time being, I've stopped the Firewall service.
I'm not 100% used to Server 2008 yet, but it might be a case of just missing something simple.
Thanks for your time.
-EDIT- I was comparing the output of Route print with my other 2k8 Server used in a different area. I was assuming that there would be differences, but I'm not sure if the following two lines are significant. My other server only has one line that refers to 0.0.0.0
IPv4 Route Table
Network Destination / Netmask / Gateway / Interface / Metric
0.0.0.0 / 0.0.0.0 / On-link / 192.168.123.20 / 276
0.0.0.0 / 0.0.0.0 / 192.168.123.254 / 192.168.123.20 / 276