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Client computer cannot browse Internet - cannot display page

tjc0ol
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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 192.168.0.1 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 192.168.0.2

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: http://www.google.com - something appears in the Gatekeeper client activity tab which is also http://www.google.com 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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