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As a sysadmin, you are ideally supposed to break out hard-core paraphernalia like oscilloscopes and multimeters at the first sign of a network hardware distur bance. In real life, however, many sysadmins (especially those in small compa nies) don t know how to use such tools and thus find ways to troubleshoot without them. For example, when traffic on the network has stopped, you can begin troubleshooting simply by restarting the hub or switch. If that solution doesn t fix the problem, try vacuuming out the ports on your hubs and adapters, as well as the connector ends on your network cables. Dust can often be the cul prit in disrupted connectivity. Even after you rule out problems that can be easily remedied, you can still often determine without the use of high-tech gadgets the cause of the connectivity problem. For the connection unable to receive an APIPA address, simply replace the cable with another one you know to be functioning. If the computer is then able to obtain an APIPA address after you run the Ipconfig /renew command, you can attribute the network disruption to the faulty cable you just replaced. If the problem persists, you can use a special crossover cable to avoid the hub and connect the stranded computer directly to another. If in this configuration both computers obtain APIPA addresses, you can determine that the hub was the cause of the network disruption. If either of the computers still cannot obtain an APIPA address, replace the network card on the stranded computer. Other APIPA errors do not generate error messages in the Ipconfig output. For exam ple, if the Ipconfig /all command merely reveals an all-zeros IP address, the IP address might have been released by the Ipconfig /release command and never renewed. In this case, run the Ipconfig /renew command to obtain a new address. If the all-zeros address persists, check the appropriate Registry entries to make sure APIPA has not been disabled. If, by running the Ipconfig /all command, you see that your computer has obtained a nonzero IP address that is outside the APIPA range, you should run the Ipconfig /renew command to see whether this address is simply held from a previous (and recent) configuration. If a non-APIPA address persists when you want an APIPA address, check the IP properties for the connection and verify that the computer has been configured to obtain an address automatically. Then click the Alternate Configu ration tab and verify that the Automatic Private IP Address option is selected, as shown in Figure 1-11.
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Off the Record In reality, an APIPA address is just a temporary address that allows com puters to communicate before you can assign them a real one. You are probably never going to see a company network based on APIPA addresses because such addresses are incompatible with shared Internet connections, subnetting, and centralized administration. If you want to combine automatic addressing with Internet connectivity, subnets, or address administration, use a DHCP server.
Default Networking and Workgroups
Physically connected computers running Windows Server 2003 are grouped by default in a single workgroup named WORKGROUP. Computer names are NetBIOS names, resolved using NetBT broadcasts to the local network segment. The workgroup itself merely serves as a name for a group of computers and offers no centralized security or management features. File sharing, network security, browsing, and printing within the workgroup are handled on each local computer by the CIFS protocol. Neither Active Directory nor DNS is available.
Routing and Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure
Although a default Windows Server 2003 installation does not include routing capabil ities, the Windows Setup Wizard for Windows Server 2003 does install the Routing And Remote Access service in a disabled state. By using the Routing And Remote Access console, you can enable this service and configure many routing-type features, such as remote access, LAN routing, and NAT.
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