|Who is in charge of this network? There appear to be multiple routers and servers.|
With a 255.255.254.0 subnet [supernet] mask you get a ip range of
xxx.80.16.0 - xxx.80.17.255 with a max 510 hosts.
Yet you have xxx.80.128.x for wins which isn't even in the subnet=normally unreachable without a router.
Gateway is xxx.80.16.1
DHCP/DNS server is at xxx.80.128.6
Wins server is at xxx.80.128.172
It makes no sense to have the server two nics going to the same place. That accomplishes nothing. Mrfixit also changed one nic from static [we still don't know that that ip address was for that nic] to dhcp.
My guess is the server nic that got changed connected to the xxx.80.128.x network. Can you confirm this mrfixit?
There has to be a router between these networks now with dhcp relay enabled.
Otherwise the server and workstations wouldn't be getting dhcp supplied ips.
The original problem was server couldn't be pinged nor could it ping the gateway
"No pings returned from server(No Gateway, No Workstation) and cant ping the server."
Given the ip of both the server and workstation are in the same subnet there is no reason for ping to fail except for...
icmp is blocked [netsh firewall set icmpsetting 8 disable]
3rd party software firewall is blocking icmp
Did you check these mrfixit?
A couple of things to try in confirming this.
do a nslookup yahoo.com
do a nslookup yourservername
Post both results for review.
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