Basically, whenever I'm offered a choice of settings, I'm at a loss. ARP resolves the forwarding IP address to a hardware address. Quote: If we can get RDC to work in safe mode I could live with that. __________________ Networking Articles & Tutorials Preposting Requirements 06-16-2011, 08:34 AM #20 blupton Registered I know you're correct and right. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-ping/disabling-windows-firewall-service-disconnects-remote-desktop.html
Revo would NOT let me uninstall Symantec Live Update (I feel a problem may be sitting here). (2) ran FreeMalWareBytes identified a very simple Visual C++ grep type tool I wrote rburchill, Jan 1, 2006 #1 Adrynalyne Guest What are the IP addresses of both machines? Id there something that IIS enables or disables that wont let you ping a server? Also, like techsalong has pointed out, you should not have two different settings of DHCP services running on one network.
The sick computer will not accept a ping, a telnet or an RDC. (I ONLY care about RDC, though they are likely intimately related. tcp/ip setting windows will be opened and it should've checked on "obtain an IP address automatically". I don't have any extra firewalls running.
First, here is the SICK pc showing it is listening on 3389, But nothing is coming in from the network ( but firefox and all work perfectly) Here is a clip Can't Ping But Can Rdp This documentation is archived and is not being maintained. If more than one address is listed for the same host name, TCP/IP returns the first value it encounters, whether that value is accurate or not. Cases and solution: 1.
No, I'm on the same network segment. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-networking/how-to-enable-ping-response-in-windows-7/5aff5f8d-f138-4c9a-8646-5b3a99f1cae6 How to Let a Ping Through a Windows Firewall http://www.ehow.com/how_6933661_let-ping-through-windows-firewall.html Regards, Vincent Wang TechNet Community SupportMarked as answer by Vincent Wang-MCSCMicrosoft contingent staff, Moderator Thursday, June 27, 2013 Good Luck pari22, Jan 2, 2006 #16 techsalong Guest OK, I'm a space cadet for sure sometimes. TERMINAL SERVICES is started..
Either will keep you from having to reboot the computers to get fresh IPs from the router. useful source Ping sick to happy, HAPPY TO SICK PING NOW WORKS. Unable To Ping Or Remote Desktop To Windows 7 Remote computer: Emachine T1115, Intel Celeron processor, 996MHz, 256 MB RAM. Can Ping Server But Not Rdp Make sure you put both coms in same WORKGROUP and give them sharing rights - this is very simple and listed in the help file within Windows.
As discussed in the appendix "LMHOSTS File" in this book, the LMHOSTS file is parsed sequentially from the top to locate entries without the #PRE keyword. have a peek at these guys Please verify that Netbios is enabled on both computers. by scott_heath · 10 years ago In reply to Can't Ping or RDP My Comp ... Does it have something to do with the way they are connected? Icmp Firewall
I can't ping OR remotely connect to my desktop computer anymore, but I used to be able to. Stringham wrote: Print and File Sharing turned off will also block pinging at times. any at all. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-ping/unable-to-ping-fqdn.html You’ll be auto redirected in 1 second.
His sketch would make me think that the netgear's external port is hooked to the linksys, but I can't figure out, with the netgear's native NAT, how that would pass through Can't browse the network. You might need to change some settings in your netgear router (like setting permenant assigned IP address), but most likely, it will work fine without changing.
The following Hosts file problems can cause networking errors: The Hosts file does not contain the particular host name. If an image is rotated losslessly, why does the file size change? Secondly, I thought I had posted the results of the ipconfig /all command that I ran on COMPUTER1, but apparently my post didn't take. What do you think, considering that?
VPN troubleshooting tools VPN Troubleshooting Tools. 1. You can find the Hosts file in \% SystemRoot %\System32\Drivers\Etc. I plug my telephone line into a jack on the side of it, so I guess you could say that my phone line is sharing my internet connection as well.