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    Default pinging to destination but not telnetting to port 80

    Hi
    In windows server 2003 standard edition, we are able to ping one destination server but cannot telnet that server's port 80.
    Present status of the server:
    1) In the source server, there are two hp nic's which are teamed and right now in the network connections details, it is displayed that lan 1 cable is unplugged ; even though it is pinging the destination.
    2)The source server is already joined into the domain and we are not be able to log inside the domain ; so we are logging locally into the server
    3)When we type the address of the destination server (WSUS SERVER)in browser it should show the homepage of the destination server ; but now it is displayed as the page cannot be displayed
    I am able to telnet to WSUS Server from other servers;

    How to solve the issue ? Any help is appreciated!
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    Is the server running IIS?
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    Hi

    The source server is running on windows server 2003 Standard x64 edition;it is a file server; but I have found that there is Internet Information services loaded and MS SQL 2005 too.

    When I tried to start the IIS Manager service , it is reported that the connection to the server abc is lost
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    From the server itself, can you telnet over port 80 to loopback or 127.0.0.1?
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    Not happening to localhost port 80 itself; what to do now? Please guide me

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    But the status of the port 80 in the localhost is listening
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    [QUOTE=shanparames;797097]Hi
    In windows server 2003 standard edition, we are able to ping one destination server but cannot telnet that server's port 80.
    Present status of the server:
    1) In the source server, there are two hp nic's which are teamed and right now in the network connections details, it is displayed that lan 1 cable is unplugged ; even though it is pinging the destination.
    2)The source server is already joined into the domain and we are not be able to log inside the domain ; so we are logging locally into the server
    3)When we type the address of the destination server (WSUS SERVER)in browser it should show the homepage of the destination server ; but now it is displayed as the page cannot be displayed
    I am able to telnet to WSUS Server from other servers;

    How to solve the issue ? Any help is appreciated![

    I might be wrong, but I would focus on figuring out why network cable reads unplugged, when your able to get a ping, I had a similar issue with nic teaming, my problem was a switching issue.
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