My Server always stopped. Please help!!


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Chris

Today, my Win2000 server always hang and stopped. When I checked the event
viewers, I found there are two errors occurred before the server stopped.

Event : 4319
Source : NetBT
A duplicate name has been detected on the TCP network. The IP address of the
machine that sent the message is in the data. Use nbtstat -n in a command
window to check which name is in the conflict state.

Event : 8003
Source : MRxSmb
The master browser has received a server announcement from the computer
<computer name> that believes that it is the master browser for the domain
on transport NetBT_Tcpip_{C1134-55AJ-NC3C-1454-81. The master browser is
stopping or an election is being forced.

What is the problem? Can you advise me if they are related to the server
problem? How to solve it?

Please help.
Chris


My Server always stopped. Please help!!
 
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Marina Roos [SBS-MVP]

In the description of event 4319, line 0028 you will find the offending IP
in hex-numbers. Then you can do the nbtstat -n to find out more.

8003 is because computer <computername> is probably an XP. You can modify
the registry on the server to prevent it.
 
C

Chris

I have run the nbtstat -n and found the following :

SEBSVR <00> UNIQUE Registered
SEBSVR <20> UNIQUE Registered
DVBIZ <00> GROUP Registered
DVBIZ <1E> GROUP Registered
SEBSVR <00> UNIQUE Registered
INet~Services <1C> GROUP Registered
IS~SEBSVR........ <00> UNIQUE Registered

Is that something wrong?
What do the last two items mean?

Chris
 
M

Marina Roos [SBS-MVP]

Have you found out which IP, thus which computer, is causing the error on
the server?

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Regards,

Marina
Microsoft SBS-MVP
 
C

Chris

If I can found out which IP or which computer cause the problem, what I need
to do.

Chris
 
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Marina Roos [SBS-MVP]

Convert that hex-number from line 0028.

--
Regards,

Marina
Microsoft SBS-MVP

Chris said:
If I can found out which IP or which computer cause the problem, what I need
to do.

Chris


Marina Roos said:
Have you found out which IP, thus which computer, is causing the error on
the server?

--
Regards,

Marina
Microsoft SBS-MVP

Chris said:
I have run the nbtstat -n and found the following :

SEBSVR <00> UNIQUE Registered
SEBSVR <20> UNIQUE Registered
DVBIZ <00> GROUP Registered
DVBIZ <1E> GROUP Registered
SEBSVR <00> UNIQUE Registered
INet~Services <1C> GROUP Registered
IS~SEBSVR........ <00> UNIQUE Registered

Is that something wrong?
What do the last two items mean?

Chris





"Marina Roos [SBS-MVP]" <[email protected]> ¦b¶l¥ó
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In the description of event 4319, line 0028 you will find the
offending
IP
in hex-numbers. Then you can do the nbtstat -n to find out more.

8003 is because computer <computername> is probably an XP. You can modify
the registry on the server to prevent it.

--
Regards,

Marina
Microsoft SBS-MVP

"Chris" <[email protected]> schreef in bericht
Today, my Win2000 server always hang and stopped. When I checked the
event
viewers, I found there are two errors occurred before the server
stopped.

Event : 4319
Source : NetBT
A duplicate name has been detected on the TCP network. The IP
address
of
the
machine that sent the message is in the data. Use nbtstat -n in a
command
window to check which name is in the conflict state.

Event : 8003
Source : MRxSmb
The master browser has received a server announcement from the computer
<computer name> that believes that it is the master browser for the
domain
on transport NetBT_Tcpip_{C1134-55AJ-NC3C-1454-81. The master
browser
is
stopping or an election is being forced.

What is the problem? Can you advise me if they are related to the
server
problem? How to solve it?

Please help.
Chris


My Server always stopped. Please help!!
 
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Guest

Hi

Since yesterday i am also facing the same problem. My Win2K system is exhibiting this behaviour. When i tried to find the system IP which is causing the problem, the IPs are pointing to my PDC/BDC (NT Machines)

Now what is the problem ? Still my problem exists. is there anything went wrong in my PDC or BDC ? I have several other Win2K systems joining the same PDC/BDC. They are all working fine.
 
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Marina Roos [SBS-MVP]

Could you elaborate on your problem? Are all W2K/XP's fully patched?
Can you post the ipconfig/all from your server and one from a client?

--
Regards,

Marina
Microsoft SBS-MVP

Raghu said:
Hi,

Since yesterday i am also facing the same problem. My Win2K system is
exhibiting this behaviour. When i tried to find the system IP which is
causing the problem, the IPs are pointing to my PDC/BDC (NT Machines).
Now what is the problem ? Still my problem exists. is there anything
went wrong in my PDC or BDC ? I have several other Win2K systems joining
the same PDC/BDC. They are all working fine.
 

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