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OES 11 SP1 unable to browse Internet from desktop

I have two OES 11 SP1 servers that exhibit the same behavior. I cannot browse the Internet from the desktop. I can use the browser to ftp, but when I try http, it says it connects to the site, but it eventually times out. I can ping the sites, I can resolve the host names, I can do everything but http. I have other OES 2 servers on the same subnet that have no problems. Has anyone else experienced this. Have you found a solution. Thanks.
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Get a LAN trace and post it. Also, can you access any internal things
(like iManager or iMonitor on an OES 2 box, or another internal website)
from those boxes? Post that LAN trace too. What about testing with
something like curl?

Code:
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sudo /usr/sbin/tcpdump -n -s 0 -i eth0 -w /tmp/http0.cap port

#Use Ctrl+c to stop the trace when done, then post the /tmp/http0.cap
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Curl test:

Code:
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curl -v http://www.google.com/
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Good luck.
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Thanks for your reply. I get tcpdump syntax errors. The curl test gives me a couple of pages of code. Do you need that posted also?
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Doh! Left an invalid option there... my bad:

Code:
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sudo /usr/sbin/tcpdump -n -s 0 -i eth0 -w /tmp/http0.cap

#Use Ctrl+c to stop the trace when done, then post the /tmp/http0.cap
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The curl output would be nice to have, in particular if you redirect the
regular stuff away and just show the debugging pieces:

Code:
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curl -v http://www.google.com/ >/dev/null
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The idea is to get information about what's going on near the wire.

Good luck.
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