Hi Brenda -
I had a similar issue with a client recently, only it was affecting multiple
sites. Same behavior though - machines could resolve the name successfully
(so not a DNS issue), but would just sit waiting for a response from the
site. In the end - it turned out to be an issue with the client's DSL
modem. Qwest had us change the DSL settings from PPPoE to PPPoA. Modem
rebooted, and the sites started working for all machines. Was definitely
one of the weirder issues I've ran in to . . .
Chad A. Gross
"Brenda" <brenda@newsgroup> wrote in message
> We've got this SBS2003 Standard (no ISA, 2 network cards) with a few
> workstations behind it.
> There is one specific web site that won't open in the browsers of any of
> the workstations. However, the
> site opens OK from the server itself. Both the server itself and the
> workstations can successfully ping
> the destination IP address, so it's not a DNS or IP configuration problem.
> Using the IP address in the
> address bar of the browser produces identical results (OK on the server,
> won't open on the workstations.)
> As far as I can tell, no other site is affected. Google, MSN, Yahoo,
> etc., all open normally on both
> the server and workstations.
> There's nothing in any event log and restarting the server and
> workstations didn't help.
> We're stumped. Anyone have any ideas?