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Client computer cannot browse Internet - cannot display page

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Hi guys,
I'm a newbie of this stuffs, We had a small office network (1 Windows 2K - Server) and (3 Windows XP - Client).

I am testing to 1 PC (Windows 2K) installed with Licensed Wingate 6.2.2 - i.e. my Server and 1 Windows XP as my client.

The Server which is Windows 2K has 2 NICs on it, One is connected to the Modem - Gilat Satellite, and the other is connected to Cnet 8 port Switch with a default IP Address and my client which is Windows XP has one NIC and connected to the Cnet 8 port Switch with DCHP activated and allocated automatically an IP address of

I follow the usual steps i.e. Log-in on the GateKeeper as Administrator and I tried the NAT connection method, followed the instruction in help files.

The wingate detects the activity of my client computer is, In the GateKeeper client Activity Tab, whenever I browse the internet using IE 7 on the client computer, example: - something appears in the Gatekeeper client activity tab which is also and it disappear whenver the activity of the browswer in my client computer stops.

And my client computer cannot display the page. Why is that so? What steps should I do next in order my client computer browse the internet?

We are planning to connect all 3 or maybe four computers including laptop to be connected in the Wingate server.

I already tried the other method too which is the WGIC, I install it on the client computer and the Wingate Server on the Gatekeeper client Activity Tab detects also but the same problem occurs - my Client comptuer cannot browse the internet or cannot display the page that is requested.

I need help regarding this matter. Thanks a lot. -TJ
Feb 5 '08 #1
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