Thanks again Johan, this pushed me in the right direction, but again didn't
solve the whole problem. DHCP is dissabled as we only have 10 machines on the
network and 5 are unix servers but it prompted me to set up the client PC's
with correct DNS name servers.
Hasn't fixed name resolution though, I've had to use a static entry in hosts to
access mail server from Eudora.
Eudora will now pop mail but netscape won't. There is a specific TID (2933125)
detailing a solution but it doesn't work. See my message "IP filters and
> If you can ping them by IP address and not by name the WS don't have a DNS
> server defined. Load dhcpcfg on the server, choose the subnetwork profile
> and hit <Enter> on the Domain Name System used = Yes field. Enter the IP
> address of your ISP DNS server in the Primary Name Server field. Don't care
> what you enter in the domain name field. Run winipcfg on the WS and refresh
> (or renew ?). It should have the new settings then.
> > I had a problem yesterday getting my NWSB server to dial out with
> > groupwise and bordermanager. This was solved thanks to Johan Reuvekamp.
> > Now I can ping my ISP's mail server by name and IP from the server but
> > only by IP from clients. How do I get the name resolution to work so
> > users can access mail and newsgroups?
> > NAT is configured for dynamic only on the binding for the modem/ISP
> > dialout, I was told this would fix the problem but it hasn't.
> > Formerly, through wingate, users mail was poped by pointing mail
> > simple workaround like this to avoid the firewall?
> > Heath