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one way connection in local area connect

By ezemad99 ·
URGENT: I'm using Windows 2000 prof., while connecting in the task bar (right corner), the status icon of the local area connection shows that there is a sending data available from through the local connection, & not showing any number of receivingdata (received packets: 0). where is the problem??? & how can I fix it.

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by Fnugry In reply to one way connection in loc ...

Most likely reasons are: 1) network connection is not functioning properly or 2) ip configuration is incorrect or 3) access is blocked by firewall

To solve it first check that network connection is configured properly (speed, duplex settings, etc.) Then check IP configuration, use ipconfig for it. Make sure you have a valid ip address and subnet mask. If your network uses dhcp, then you can try to renew the lease using ipconfig /release followed by ipconfig /renew. If the problem still persists, then contact you network administrators.

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by ezemad99 In reply to one way connection in loc ...

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by Shanghai Sam In reply to one way connection in loc ...

There are a couple possibilities as to why this is occurring, the most common being that the computer has been moved to a different subnet and has retained its DHCP lease from the previous subnet. Even after releasing the address on the local machine, the DNS or WINS server still has an entry for that device in its tables. Ask your sysadmin to verify this. Also, check the duplex settings on your NIC and on the switch. They may not have negotiated the same duplex setting.

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by hughesm1 In reply to one way connection in loc ...

There are a couple possibilities as to why this is occurring, the most common being that the computer has been moved to a different subnet and has retained its DHCP lease from the previous subnet. Even after releasing the address on the local machine, the DNS or WINS server still has an entry for that device in its tables. Ask your sysadmin to verify this. Also, check the duplex settings on your NIC and on the switch. They may not have negotiated the same duplex setting.

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by hughesm1 In reply to one way connection in loc ...

Sorry for the double post, my alias didn't take on the first one. Also, on the part of asking your sysadmin to verify the DNS/WINS entry, have that machines entry deleted and renew the DHCP lease on the machine on the new subnet.

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by rbasar In reply to one way connection in loc ...

In this stuation problem source is Switch.
Switch is not true working.

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