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By nijole ·
I have tried your suggestion and still did not help.Here is the case.
We had some work done on our network over the weekend like putting some new machines behind our firewall and this problem started right after that.I have had to open the port forthe ip block this machine is on and still can not see the other domains.

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by jmiller In reply to Cant See Domain

My first reaction is to double check that everything is set up the same...same subnet masks and so on. If all that is correct, I suspect that its possible that you are having communication problems because of service packs being different. Occasionally if you have different service packs, a computer browser problem can occur. Other than that...start pinging and checking if you have problems with NetBIOS names, IP addresses...if you can connect one way and not another then you have found the actual problem.

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by nijole In reply to Cant See Domain

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by dtiongco In reply to Cant See Domain

Check your firewall rules. Are the IP addresses in the NAT for the new computers ?

I would find out how the new computers were configured since it is the source of your problem.

Delfino L. Tiongco, MCSE

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by nijole In reply to Cant See Domain

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by Green Lantern In reply to Cant See Domain

Generally firewalls block ports 137,138, and 139. These ports are used by NT for name resolution. Check to see if these three ports are being blocked.

ralph

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by nijole In reply to Cant See Domain

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by calves In reply to Cant See Domain

It seems that your question is only a half.
Any way, check the trouble machine to see if there is any static entry to TCPIP configuration and if it is right.

Good Luck!

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by nijole In reply to Cant See Domain

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