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Network very slow due to Redirect DNS

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Hello All,

I'm new here and I have a problem on my local network.

I Have on PC with XP and another one with WIN 7, both connected in Gigabyte Ethernet .
When I transfert a file from WIN7 to XP ; speed = 3 Mo/s !! should be more faster 120 Mo/s

both computer are on the same domain :WORKGROUP

I open an MSDOS page and I ping the WIN7 machine

#ping server (WIN 7 machine )
I got a response from !!

#ping toto ( nothing on the NTK )
I got a response from !!

if i do a tracert to this IP , it's www.sedoparking.com

i did an ipconfig /flushdns -> still same problem, nothing better
i installed all tools from http://www.geekstogo...cleaning-guide/ -> still same problem


Do you have an Idea about this problem ?

Thanks in advance
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