Thanks for your post and Larry's input.
It seems there is something wrong with the network connection between the SBS server and your default gateway. Please describe your network topology in more details such
as how did you connect your SBS server to the router and to the Internet.
At this point, if you haven't tried, please first go through the follow KB and Rerun CEICW again carefully.
How to configure Internet access in Windows Small Business Server 2003
Detailed steps for your reference:
a. Open Server Management.
b. Click To Do List.
c. Click Connect to the Internet.
d. Proceed to the "Firewall" page and select "Enable Firewall".
e. On the "Services Configuration" page, make sure that "E-mail" service has been checked.
f. On the "Web Services Configuration" page, check the web services that you want to publish.
g. On the "Web Server Certificate" page, choose "Create a new Web server certificate" and key in your public domain name in the box.
h. On the "Internet E-mail" page, choose "Enable Internet e-mail".
i. On the "E-mail Delivery Method" page, choose DNS (Use DNS to route e-mail) or Smart Host (Forward all e-mail to e-mail server at your ISP) to route your email, If you select
smart host, you need to input the IP address of your smart host.
j. Key in your e-mail domain name in "Email Domain Name" page.
k. Finish the wizard.
CEICW Walkthrough http://www.sbs-rocks.com/sbs2k3/sbs2k3-n2.htm
If the issue persists, please run "Ipconfig /all" and post back the results for our further research.
Hope this helps.
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