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    Mad default gateway loss

    New year, new problems..harumph.
    The FRDC is intermittently losing the default gateway value (in ipconfig /all), but it's still there in the GUI dialog.
    Repairing the connection fixes it.
    This is impacting on DNS and subsequently our SMTP.

    Any ideas? Faulty NIC?

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    Sorted. The other network card wasn't disabled (we swapped it over, during summer, because it became faulty). It was "cable unplugged" status. Disabling it seems to have done the trick.

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