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But now. Also, the PC I am connecting to from home, has 2 NIC's. This shouldn't matter if it is turned off. Here's how it works. weblink

I do not use Windows Firewall, but I presume it has similar settings. This entry bothers me: [/quote]Connection-specific DNS Suffix .: Description.........: Internal RAS Server interface for dial in clients Dhcp Enabled......: No IP Address..........: 192.168.1.100 Subnet Mask.......: 255.255.255.0 Default Gateway..: [/quote] If in There is also an option for "Static DHCP" so I disabled that as well. How the MacBook Pro's Touch Bar works The MacBook Pro now has a digital function bar that's actually a dynamic screen.

How To Ping My Home Computer From Work

I see people bridge that firewire connection often..they see "400 megs" ...and think they can make a poor mans giga-NIC connection. I can ping the router (a Netgear WPN824) just fine from the laptop, the laptop can ping itself, and the laptop can connect to the internet no problem. Bill Castner said: (But note you have in software already declared that you will use the remote Gateway.

What gives with these jokers? All can ping the router. I fixed my local network connection by turning off the Windows Firewall. Traceroute But I know that's because I've installed and uninstalled various IPSec VPN clients, due to supporting the networks of various clients of mine.

It's all about permissions. Why Can't I Ping My Ip Address Click on Options -> Uncheck, Stateful Firewall Always On. Best regards, Bill Castner Users Helping Users Microsoft MVP - Windows Networking VSOP AUMHA Forum MVM BroadBandReports / DSLR Bill Castner, #10 2007/01/05 Spyderturbo Inactive Thread Starter Joined: 2007/01/04 Messages: http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2046036/ping-computer-network-open-port-docsis-modem-router.html I have a good bit of experience setting up small networks, but never a VPN.

Advertisement monkeyoo Thread Starter Joined: Jun 22, 2005 Messages: 7 yes i would like to ping my home computer while i am at work on my laptop. Port Checker Users Helping Users Microsoft MVP - Windows Networking VSOP AUMHA Forum MVM BroadBandReports / DSLR Bill Castner, #4 2007/01/05 Spyderturbo Inactive Thread Starter Joined: 2007/01/04 Messages: 41 Likes Received: 1 Trophy Don't get hungup on workgroups like some people do. Also, if you want to enable printer and file sharing, for XP open windows explorer (start menu>all programs>accessories>windows explorer).

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by acabot ยท 10 years ago In reply to More Info... click for more info Are there any other solutions I can try or is comcast the issue? How To Ping My Home Computer From Work Eventually, I would like to just use DHCP and not have to worry about it, but for purposes of being specific, we'll use static. Cannot Ping Home Ip And check the Home router as well.

XP has a problem with the database backup because of the record locking security permissions. have a peek at these guys I am sharing a cable connection using a Linksys Wireless router with WPA/WPA2 encryption. Either flip the first gateway appliance to pure bridged mode..and just use your single wireless router...or add an access point instead of a wireless router. So lets narrow down your issue..you say "can't access other PCs"...OK..can't access how? Ping Port

MORNING WOOD Lumber Company Guinness for Strength!!! Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Then this PC could ping and be pinged. check over here I'll do the best I can here answering your questions, but I'm new at this, so please bear with me. 1.) I'm running a D-Link DI-624 Turbo with firmware v2.42, which

Wifi certified is a standard which usually means much better chance of compatibility with other wifi certified network hardware. Whats My Ip Double check to make sure your IPs that you're pinging are current...in case you're running on DHCP. if you cannot ping, it is a router setting and/or a firewall setting on the client; .

Just because when you ran this drill 2 days ago the PC downstairs was 192.168.1.103 doesn't mean it's definitely still 103 today.

Mithrilhall, Jun 22, 2005 #2 monkeyoo Thread Starter Joined: Jun 22, 2005 Messages: 7 yeah i tried pinging myself with that site and it didnt work... Does that sound like a good course of action. I'll name all my children after you. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy!

It's going to take an age to remove them all. Anyway, the LIMS front-end is not web based. i have tried to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services but still no avail, my firewall is turned off. this content Thanks, Scott, but I'd already tried all of that.

Checked group policy on your computer to be sure remote desktop is allowed? but it shouldn't be. We are not talking about a lot of money on hardware.Click to expand... Thanks in advance for any suggestions!

Do you mean that the PC's I've set up with static IP address, should not be in that range? In other words, my desktop's IP is 192.168.2.11 and from my desktop I ping that address and it replies. I then ran ipconfig /all and saw that the VPN was assigining me a Subnet Mask of 255.255.255.255, instead of the normal 255.255.255.0. Spyderturbo, #13 2007/01/05 Bill Castner Inactive Joined: 2006/08/30 Messages: 1,980 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 356 Location: Chevy Chase, MD USA Computer Experience: Experienced Do you mean that the PC's I've

Originally Posted by YeOldeStonecat And the last common problem...people end up purchasing a wireless router..and adding it to an existing router. Actually i see no reason y you can't logon to the both systems. I hate random, anomalistic problems like these ... WindowsBBS Forums > Internet & Networking > Networking (Hardware & Software) > This site uses cookies.

If the problem persists, check your firewall (sometimes Norton/McAfee/etc have hidden firewalls running). Go into Windows Explorer on the desktop & right-click the folders you want to share.Click Sharing and Security.Then click the little box where is says Share As..it will automatically save it I will return later today with some suggestions. We are not talking about a lot of money on hardware.

Donate WindowsBBS Forums > Internet & Networking > Networking (Hardware & Software) > Style Default Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. Computer A (host) can ping comp. Reply With Quote 10-21-06,12:06 PM #5 YeOldeStonecat View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Moderator Join Date Jan 2001 Location Somewhere along the shoreline in New England Posts 50,687 Try I can not ping each other.

Spyderturbo, #3 2007/01/04 Bill Castner Inactive Joined: 2006/08/30 Messages: 1,980 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 356 Location: Chevy Chase, MD USA Computer Experience: Experienced When the ping fails, does it fail I would keep backup and VPN in-house. Lets make a wild guess that is easily changed: IP: 192.168.1.55 (Note - a static IP outside the IPs used by the DHCP service) Subnet: 255.255.255.0 Gateway: 192.168.1.1 (But note you But I lost the ability to access my desktop in ANY WAY (no pinging reply, no response from \\COMPUTERNAME, etc.) a couple of days ago.