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Hi, well I don't know if this post belongs here, but well last night I was helping out a friend with his office network and the connection was so random, first we thought that we had a problem with the ISP but the tech support was offline so they will check it today, something that was weird was that some time when we turned on some computers the network slowed down but it was not always, so I tried to use the Trend Online scan but it asked me to install Java, I've started downloading and then is where the network collapsed, none of the computers could browse I could ping my gateway and my dns also ping some pages but could not browse, and this happens when I try to download from any compute.

I thing that there is a virus problem in that network but I can't find a way to Identify it, probably someone already had this problem and could help me out.
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