+ 0 Votes Reponse To Answer VCHD_IT 2 years ago The server is inside. O7 & XP (all dynamic IP/ipv4 addresses) are on the same network. IP is the protocol used on the workgroup network. The XP computer for the most part rebooted each work day. The server is a new HP server running Window server 2008. Prior to the server we had been a Novell network. It was discovered shortly after the new server was placed into service that it had not been assigned a static address. For the past 2 months it has been assigned a static address. Other than that the server name was changed when the new server was placed into service apprx. 6 month ago. Ping the server and the website in question from an XP and from a 07 yields the same IP address. Both XP and 07 successfully ping the website and yield the same outside ip address. The home network is directly over the internet through a wireless router.Our network setup starting a Comcast gateway to the CISCO pix then to 3 - 24 port 3COM switches that all workstations, network printers and electronic door locks communicate. I won't be in the office until this evening to submit the CISCO Pix configuration and to try eliminate CISCO from network (connect gateway directly to switches) then attempt to connect to the agency's website through a window 07 box.