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Can't access local webservers

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Hi all,

On my Vista notebook I have problems connecting to my local webservers (192.168.1.xxx addresses) - one is a Linux server and the other a Synology box. I tried different browsers (IE, FF, Chrome). Pinging the servers is no problem. No entries in hosts file.

No anti virus/firewalls active.

On three other computers I have no problems (2 XP and a Macbook)

What could be the problem?

* UPDATE 12/9/2009 *


Edited by Flippie, 09 December 2009 - 02:29 PM.

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