Unable To Ping Winxp
It's really infuriating that Cisco would choose to automatically enable something that would inhibit performance of my PC even when their software isn't launched, especially when it's an obscure setting. I use the wireless router as an extra form of security to protect my wired home network so if someone breaks into my wireless network my wired network still has some For some reason there's an issue with Windows 8 communicating with the server. Why is this 'Proof' by induction not valid? this contact form
If the XP machine is not communciating, then it's probably not registering with a DNS server, thus nothing can ping it by name. Would someone be kind enough to show me a link or inform me how I can reestablish communication between these 2 systems on the same network? Server: 192.168.1.11 DNS: 192.168.1.10 Gateway: 192.168.1.1 Client: 192.168.1.14 DNS: 192.168.1.10 Gateway: 192.168.1.1 0 Pimiento OP jaywoten Mar 24, 2014 at 10:51 UTC Ok... Well, so to speak.
Cannot Ping Windows Xp Machine On Network
I wiped the WinXP laptop a few weeks ago. changed ip back to dhcp and everything was working fine. We have have done ipconfig /flushdns but no use.
nslookup is designed to query the nameserver and does exactly that and no windows name-hierarchy-resolving. I do have Cisco client installed and can't really uninstall it because I need it. And clearing the cache doesn't fix the issue, either. –skiphoppy Nov 20 '12 at 14:46 Can you post the output of nslookup -all? Enable Icmp Windows 7 Command Line First of all, for any of those that are interested, my problem turned out to be the Cisco VPN client that I had installed.
Is novc listed? –craig65535 Nov 20 '12 at 18:22 add a comment| up vote 10 down vote nslookup works different to other commands when resolving names/ip addresses on Windows. Cannot Ping Computer On Same Network I also have a Windows XP laptop from work. While the obvious culprit is the WAP, the main user of the XP system thinks she might have accepted an automatic software upgrade on the XP system shortly before we noticed Since then, the Win7 laptop is again unable to ping the WinXP.
How To Enable Ping In Windows Xp
I have googled for many hours now. My guess is that something expects a domain name which is not configured –user1190 Aug 10 at 20:46 OK, this works ... Cannot Ping Windows Xp Machine On Network However, I am able to ping it (as well as connect to it with RDP) when I turn off the firewall. Cannot Ping Xp Machine From Windows 7 The problem is the wireless router is not compatible with the Cisco VPN so I can't connect via my notebook.
I know you said that you still have SP1 but, if your XP user downloaded an automatic upgrade, then she probably would have gotten SP2 by this point. weblink Windows 8 won't even ping that address. 0 Poblano OP TRockettx Mar 25, 2014 at 6:05 UTC DUDE, configure DHCP on your server, Cancel DHCP on your Router/Modem, How to build a hacking challenge that uses XSS? See more RELATED PROJECTS 1st Quarter 2014 Laptop Deployment Imaged, configured, and deployed 10 new laptops to replace aging laptops and to issue to the company's new hires arriving in the Enable Ping On Windows 7
I am sending you the details of my problem in the hope that additional information may help both of us solve the problem. The IP address of this PC, assigned by my local, wireless router, is 192.168.1.101. You might not have permission to use this network resource. navigate here or ping Windows XP machine from the server side, could this be successful?
I have met the same scenario with one of our computer which is not at all working with aparticularVLAN; MAC issue. Ping Not Working On the 98 system, I can go into Network Neighborhood, expand the entire network, see my workgroup, expand it, and then see the 98 system. Now, on to the issue at hand: The fact your XP machine cannot ping itself, either by name OR by IP address makes me suspicious.
Provided your server is a DC.
Details. 1. Anyway, if you have Cisco VPN Client installed, I HIGHLY recommend that you disable the "Stateful firewall." Shane you rule! - Brett Wolmarans bwolmarans View Public Profile Send a private message Perfect. –IAmTheSquidward Jan 26 at 0:39 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Adding an entry in the file c:/windows/system32/drivers/etc/hosts might fix it. Are you pinging by name or by IP does one work and not the other?
Thank you for your assistance - it did help me refocus my thinking. try this link), there's no port required. How that happens, I have no idea. http://cleantechinnvest.com/cannot-ping/unable-to-ping-pc-on-lan.html Win8 will ping all other machines but the DNS.
Not the answer you're looking for? The 98 system can ping itself, by address or name. 8. If I can just get the 2 machines to ping each other, I can figure out file sharing and RDP after that. Regards, Paul __________________ Gil gdglass View Public Profile Send a private message to gdglass Find all posts by gdglass #8 02-18-2005, 11:26 AM Shane Burke Offline Registered User
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