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yoonix is correct, the "." on this line: @ IN NS romeo0. is not correct. Also, do you have an A record for romeo0? I'm guessing, but I think what you wanted is: IN NS romeo0.local.lan. romeo0 IN A 192.168.1.160 router IN A 192.168.1.1 romeo1 IN A 192.168.1.161 from: ...
Does your computer have a firewall ? If yes, try to open your HTTP port on the computer serving your website. netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="HTTP TCP Port 80" dir=in action=allow protocol=TCP localport=80 netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="HTTP TCP Port 139" dir=out action=allow protocol=TCP localport=80 Does your IIS server is listening ...
Just thought it would help others with a similar problem may be. The solution to my problem was Resetting the router. With research I came to know that the router buffer holds the address of your WS2012 DNS server after uninstalling also which afterward tries to point to your Domain Server but is unable due to the uninstallation of DNS service. Specially in ...
Connect the Airtel to the switch first. Then configure the Airtel with a free IP address on the same subnet as the other hosts and then change the default router on the three desired hosts which need to connect through the Airtel router. If you use DHCP on the LAN, make sure you have DHCP configured (disabled) correctly before connecting the Airtel device ...
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Your router is the best place to start. Many models have some sort of simple MAC allow/deny feature. Other ways of controlling it would to be to install filtering software, or to use custom IpSEC policies to deny addresses off of the LAN. This is easier to circumvent than blocking it at the router, but it is an option in a pure Windows environment.
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