Good Day! There are several items you have to check. First, verify that the switch port is not administratively down. Second, is try checking your LAN card from windows XP. If both are good, then try pinging localhost to verify WINXP LAN. Also, try checking your cable for continuity. For Switch to PC you should use straight Ethernet cable.
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All the steps which you mentioned are OK, but that PC-A is not connecting, another PC-B is able to connect.
And the same PC-A is able to connect to different switch.
If that particular switch port is assigned to the VLAN means - pls check with VLAN Status.
Check whether the Port is in Forwarding state. Try "no shut" to that interface.
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Guru Prasad R
The issues Albert has suggest are the most common issues, and most probably its one of them, plus it might be a malfunction switch port, please try to connect another PC to this port to make sure that it is not a PC problem and its rather a switch port problem, does the switch port light up in orange while not connected to anything ?
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I then suggest you do the following. Try checking your UTP cable. Another is try connecting this same PC to another port. It's right that you should verify if there are VLAN configuration on the switch. For further isolation, try replacing the LAN card. I also had experienced for some reasons that I am not very much familiar of is that it a PC is using WiFi, it conflicts with the LAN. I had experienced this several times on my laptop.
Hope these helps,