When I try to use curl (or wget, lynx, etc) to connect from a server on our local network to our website, which is on a local server behind a CoyotePoint load balancer, curl fails. Ping does not have this problem.
When I curl directly to any of the servers behind that load balancer (from and to the same local network), I also have no problem.
When I try to access a named instance of Microsoft SQL server 2008 R2 SP2 on the local network, I have no problem. But when access it outside office from the internet, I can not connect to the database server.
It send back the "famous" following error:
A network-related or instance-specific error occured while establishing a connection to SQL Server.
Right now I am using Ubuntu 12.04 alongside with windows operating system. I have installed this Ubuntu with Wubi. Right now I am facing problem with wifi network in my apartment. The respective wifi network can be connected very easily. But I am unable to access internet connection. All the time Mozzila shows 'Server not fount'.
I have a home ethernet network with both Windows and Ubuntu computers and an Ubuntu laptop which uses a wireless connection. This network has remained fundamentally unchanged for a couple of years and has always worked perfectly. Now, however, both my Ubuntu machines give an error when trying to access the network:
"Unable to mount location
I have a small local network , with few desktops and one server . The server machine has UBUNTU 12.04 server 64 bit installed on it. Some of the desktops are windows , one is Mac and others are ubuntu . What I am trying to accomplish is to create a local DNS server for my network and DNS server would be present on the server machine.
I'm having problem connecting to MS SQL Server (2012 Express) after accessing a database through IIS (web site). I can access the data through web site no problem, but I can't access the data from any other programs (i.e SSMS) until I reboot the SQL server.
Long story short - I have to remotely install an arbitrary Linux distro on a PC over the network. This is not a server and I will be installing a desktop environment.
The problem is I don't have physical access to the machine and it doesn't have a monitor, keyboard or a mouse - so the only help I can get from the guys where the machine is to plug it to the network and turn it on.