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I have a client's computer that is connected via CAT5 to our network. It is receiving data back and forth (tested with ping), but there is no internet. I was able to pull up a connection to our local server. It is setup for a modem connection tethered to a cell phone. I have checked the TCP/IP settings and its setup for DHCP (like it should be), I've tried resetting the Internet Options, done a WINSOCK fix and nothing seems to be working.

What am I missing?

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What is a "WINSOCK fix"? – Troggy Aug 18 '09 at 19:26
    
What can you ping? Whats the difference between this client's computer and your own? Is yours a member of a domain? – Ciaran Aug 18 '09 at 19:31
    
Winsock fix is vb applet that tunnels your internet connection. And I was able to ping google.com and the local server. Google is domian exclusive, and my server is domain inclusive. – Chris Aug 18 '09 at 19:44

Did DHCP pull down the DNS server settings? What error are you getting? If you go to 74.125.45.100 (google.com) does it work?

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Assuming you're able to ping devices outside of your network, check to make sure your proxy and DNS settings are what are supposed to be.

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Proxy was probably covered when he reset internet options.. And DNS when he checked TCP/IP settings – Ciaran Aug 18 '09 at 19:29
    
Yes, and check on that. Still no good. – Chris Aug 18 '09 at 19:30

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