The IP address and friendly host name are always separated by one or more space or tab characters. The problem with your internet access may be a DNS problem. Any light that can be shed on my situation would be greatly appreciated. I’ve tried flushing ARP and rebooting the system to no avail.
After enabling first two icmpv4 rules, it works. –Avinash Raj Jul 14 '15 at 12:28 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign One is attached directly to the router with an ethernet cable. Does anybody have any idea what could be the cause of it and possibly the solution as well? IP address of host computer is 192.168.15.102 IP address of remote comp is 192.168.1.2 Computer name of host is COMPUTER1 Computer name of remote is COMPUTER2 Not using Windows firewall, it
Happy New Year techsalong, Jan 1, 2006 #8 techsalong Guest Sorry should have explained - a description of your connections might be like - "I have a cable modem which This is my pillow Teenage daughter refusing to go to school On 1941 Dec 7, could Japan have destroyed the Panama Canal instead of Pearl Harbor in a surprise attack? The Hosts file contains multiple entries for the same host on separate lines. Ping Ip Address And Port For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
techsalong, Jan 2, 2006 #18 rburchill Private E-2 Many thanks to all of you for your help. Cannot Ping Ip Address On Same Subnet Also, everything worked fine just a couple days ago when I was at home. I don't have a cable long enough to go upstairs, so I used two cables and hooked them together by putting my old router in the middle of them to use http://forums.majorgeeks.com/index.php?threads/cant-ping-remote-computer-by-ip-or-name.81514/ The manual says that if localhost is not successful, then it's the TCP/IP stack problem and TCP/IP needs to be reinstalled.
So I thought that I have a DNS problem, that I could resolve mnemonic addresses. Unable To Ping Ip Address I know it's my computer because I hooked up my friend's computer and everything was OK. Computer name = COMPUTER2. by svasily1 · 10 years ago In reply to Unable to ping Do you have chance to replace the hub on a switch?
as everything else on the network.Would love to dig further to figure out what was going on there, but the realities of IT mean I must turn my attention elsewhere. Hate to do this to you, but can you please give a detailed description of the way the whole network is physically attached (the topology?) You must have 2 dhcp servers Cannot Ping Dag Ip Address Right click on the icon and click on the "Properties". Ping Ip Address Cmd Good LuckClick to expand...
Also check to see whether NetBIOS over TCP/IP is taken from the DHCP server, enabled, or disabled. have a peek at these guys share|improve this answer answered Sep 2 '15 at 11:34 Lukas Nagy 1307 I am connected to both my machine and the remote machine. Creating your account only takes a few minutes. Windows IP Configuration - COMPUTER1: Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : COMPUTER1 Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . Ping Ip Address Online
Otherwise, enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP. Then I pinged another DNS server, 188.8.131.52, and it came back OK. Also, regarding your inquiry about Internet Connection Sharing -- I'm pretty sure that I have that enabled. http://ecoflashapps.com/ip-address/can-39-t-ping-ip-address-on-same-subnet.html I hope that you can open and view my "topology." LOL The Linksys router was given to me by Vonage.
Yes No Do you like the page design? Ping Ip Address Command timeout was 2 seconds. Click on Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) , and then click Properties .
techsalong, Jan 1, 2006 #13 rburchill Private E-2 Don't know where I came up w/ "HOST" and "REMOTE?" I think your hunch about the fact that COMPUTER2 shares COMPUTER1's internet connection Notices Welcome to LinuxQuestions.org, a friendly and active Linux Community. Why won't curl download this link when a browser will? this content tcp/ip setting windows will be opened and it should've checked on "obtain an IP address automatically".
Cannot Connect to Remote Systems Using Host Name If the problem is not NetBIOS but Sockets, the problem is related to either a Hosts file or a DNS configuration error. These terms may be used by Microsoft in their help files regarding Internet Connection Sharing -- that might be where i picked them up. From my local subnet, I can successfully ping various occupied host IPs on the remote subnet, which is pretty much what I would expect. Windows 7 probably has this turned on. –Ron Maupin♦ Sep 2 '15 at 20:39 Welcome to NE, we hope you will both contribute to and learn from this community.
Not the answer you're looking for? Computer name = COMPUTER1.