nic recognition problem

Discussion in 'Windows XP Networking' started by dahodges, Nov 18, 2003.

  1. dahodges

    dahodges Guest

    I have a 7 computer peer-to-peer network connected through
    a 15 port hub. Each machine is running winxp sp1. I have
    one machine that I cannot get on the network. I am
    convinced the physical connection is ok. I've tested the
    line and I have a light at both the computer and hub.
    When I pull the plug on the connection, winxp gives me the
    network cable unplugged message. However, if I try to
    ping the hub I get a host destination unreachable
    message. ipconfig/renew gives me similar results. I have
    reinstalled the drivers several times to no avail. I'ts
    almost like windows sees the card at one level, but
    someplace else in the tcp/ip stack it does not. Does
    anyone have any idea how to troubleshoot this problem. If
    I had any hair I'd be pulling it out. Thanks!
     
    dahodges, Nov 18, 2003
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  2. Hello

    One thing to keep in mind, is that XP Home has 5 connections only
    and XP Pro has 10 ok also you have not mention if your running Hm
    or XP Pro, so can you provide that info

    Alvin


    dahodges wrote:

    > I have a 7 computer peer-to-peer network connected through
    > a 15 port hub. Each machine is running winxp sp1. I have
    > one machine that I cannot get on the network. I am
    > convinced the physical connection is ok. I've tested the
    > line and I have a light at both the computer and hub.
    > When I pull the plug on the connection, winxp gives me the
    > network cable unplugged message. However, if I try to
    > ping the hub I get a host destination unreachable
    > message. ipconfig/renew gives me similar results. I have
    > reinstalled the drivers several times to no avail. I'ts
    > almost like windows sees the card at one level, but
    > someplace else in the tcp/ip stack it does not. Does
    > anyone have any idea how to troubleshoot this problem. If
    > I had any hair I'd be pulling it out. Thanks!
     
    Alvin A Brown, Nov 18, 2003
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  3. dahodges

    Guest Guest

    All machines are running winxp pro
    >-----Original Message-----
    >Hello
    >
    >One thing to keep in mind, is that XP Home has 5

    connections only
    >and XP Pro has 10 ok also you have not mention if your

    running Hm
    >or XP Pro, so can you provide that info
    >
    >Alvin
    >
    >
    >dahodges wrote:
    >
    >> I have a 7 computer peer-to-peer network connected

    through
    >> a 15 port hub. Each machine is running winxp sp1. I

    have
    >> one machine that I cannot get on the network. I am
    >> convinced the physical connection is ok. I've tested

    the
    >> line and I have a light at both the computer and hub.
    >> When I pull the plug on the connection, winxp gives me

    the
    >> network cable unplugged message. However, if I try to
    >> ping the hub I get a host destination unreachable
    >> message. ipconfig/renew gives me similar results. I

    have
    >> reinstalled the drivers several times to no avail. I'ts
    >> almost like windows sees the card at one level, but
    >> someplace else in the tcp/ip stack it does not. Does
    >> anyone have any idea how to troubleshoot this problem.

    If
    >> I had any hair I'd be pulling it out. Thanks!

    >
    >.
    >
     
    Guest, Nov 18, 2003
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