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Depending on the network information tools available to you, and how the networks are set up.. Your network at work probably has a domain, which can help you identify it. If not, you can check the MAC address of the network's gateway. For example, on my WiFi right now, I have this: C:\>ipconfig [ .. extra info deleted for brevity .. ] Default Gateway . ...


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Let me explain what's going on here. (Now that I've got some coffee in me...) Network Address Translation, or NAT, is what's getting in the way. NAT is meant to take your public IP address, the one provided by your ISP, and essentially turn it in to a private network. The Internet sees your public IP address. To web servers, it's all the same. Your router ...


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"Seeing" the network is a function of several components, but is largely facilitated by NetBIOS broadcasts. Broadcast traffic is typically blocked by a router. You can do one of two things: Configure the router to forward broadcast traffic between the two networks. Install and configure a WINS server and configure all of your clients to use the WINS ...


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The setup you have chosen isn't ideal because you have a number of very different IP ranges and more than one DHCP server on your network. Advanced routing is needed if you wish to continue down this route. As a solution I (and many others) would recommend you simplify your network considerably by using one DHCP server ("B-BOX" in your diagram), one DHCP ...


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Sites and Services pertains mostly to replication and different physical sites: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc731907.aspx In your physical network, a site represents a set of computers that are connected by a high-speed network, such as a local area network (LAN). Typically, all computers in the same physical site reside in the same ...


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Ok, so I am finally answering my own question here. The answer is derived from the comments by Max Ried and James Womack. I wouldn't have figured it out on my own. In fact, my original setup was 100% correct. The problem was that Unit B (Huawei HG533) has a bug that does not allow clients connected to it to use external DHCP server. The only change I made ...



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