Thursday, February 21, 2013 12:32 PM
We have a server running on our network which normally allows access to the internet through it. Recently though it has stopped working, when I accessed it directly and looked at its network connection, it says no internet access.
We have it set up to assign IP addresses to the terminals on the network using the DHCP service built in. However, after restarting it to see if this would help the problem, it is now refusing to start because the server has changed to an unexpected state. When I went to the service category on the left side and tried to start it through that, it comes up with an error saying there is not enough space on the disk. Having checked the remaining disk space, we have 1.5GB left on the C:\ Disk and 11GB on the disk we use for file storage.
Having read through the manual the ex-employee wrote about the server installation and how it is configured, I have a general idea on how it should work. Though when it came to practise the server is organised a different way.
The issue seemed to start when we were trying to configure a VPN on our network, though we did not touch the servers, just the router.
We have a Firebox Watchguard on the network as our hardware firewall which our servers are on the trusted network. We are able to access the network printer on the LAN which goes through the server but cannot access the internet as we used to.
Could you suggest some online resources to provide a solution, or suggest some solutions, both would be greatly appreciated. :)
Thanks in advance
- Edited by Saforax Thursday, February 21, 2013 12:32 PM