I am having a networking problem with Windows XP connecting to my campus network. I can connect with my older Win98 PC. In the Windows XP computer I have entered the Computer name, Workgroup, IP-address, Subnet Mask, Gateway, DNS-Servers, Domain Suffix Search Order and Domain ("Domain" in DNS sense) provided by the network admin. I have triple-checked these values. All other settings are default settings.
The hardware installation of the network card is fine. I have also tried three different network cards(D-Link NetNIC 100P-same as Realtek 8139, SMC 1255TX, Intel) all resulting in the same problem:
I can send packets but not receive any (I checked this in properties of the network connection). I can ping my own computer by using the actual IP-address. But I cannot ping any other computer.
Some time ago I managed to get networking working on this computer under Windows XP, with using exactly the same settings. At that time I was using the Abit nForce N7vm motherboard (which I blew up) with onboard LAN. Now I am using an Asus A7V333 and a Inno3D Geforce3 graphics card instead of that. I also tried replacing the graphics card. Nothing helps.
Does anyone have any ideas how to solve this.