New server can't be seen by wireless clients.
I've recently added a new server to one of my academy networks as a storage server and migrated all the data to it from 2 older servers which we have decomissioned. The network has two CISCO 4500 series switches at its core and several V-LANS for various reasons. I put the new server on the same subnet and IP range as the other existing servers, and it is plugged into the same switch on the same ports as the old servers were. Problem is all my cabled workstations can see it just fine, but my wireless clients cannot see the new server. I've checked the network settings on the old servers to see if they had been assigned to V-LANS that way, but they were all set to V-LAN 0 as the new server is also.
The only thing I can think that might be stopping traffic is the DHCP server allocates IP numbers in a different range for wireless clients which I presume is routed by the CISCO switch gear as it's in a totally different subnet. The wireless clients could see the old servers just fine thou, but I can't even ping the new box from them.
Two things spring to mind.
1) a possible routing problem, but I wouldn't have a clue where to start looking as I'm not familiar with CISCO switchs and configuring them.
2) A setting somewhere on the server (which is running server 2008 Storage server) which is stopping traffic being accepted from a different subnet, again I can't figure out if this is the case or where I would check or look for this, although I do know server 2008 is much more fussy about where it accepts traffic from.
Can any one help?