Unable To Ping Wireless Router
Follow Us Facebook Twitter Help Community Forum Software by IP.BoardLicensed to: What the Tech Copyright © 2003- Geeks to Go, Inc. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get I am at a loss. It also reported funny stuff in the Connection-specific DNS Suffix.So, on a lark, I decided to change the DHCP address range in the router. this contact form
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Static on the line, modem hit by lightning, etc, etc. I would like to be more involved in this community and intend to do so, just because I have 27 years of experience to offer. It was very help full griever09 Helpful +2 Report Louis Jul 19, 2010 04:27AM I have Norton antivirus and had the same problem.
What is the problem if you are able to ping ip but cant connect to url? I can't tell if it's worked, as I've already switched wifi off & on and it's currently working. (The problem seems to happen when starting from a cold boot. The computer itself is also not pingable from other devices. Cannot Ping Computer On Same Network Also, have you tried power cycling (unplug the power...wait a few seconds...plug it back in) the router?Click to expand...
I was intending to see if the Eithernet Nic was behaving the same way. Cannot Ping Gateway Along with SpywareInfo, it was one of the first places to offer online malware removal training in its Classroom. Then it comes down to the firewall on the client. You need to permit all ICMP traffic on your trusted subnet of 192.168.1.1 -- 192.168.1.254 If you ping the IP of other workstations, (e.g. 192.168.1.66) do you get a valid reply?
It's going to take an age to remove them all. Can't Ping Dns Server All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices current community blog chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Most likey software/configuration. It happens mostly on my home network (Belkin router), and I can usually get around the problem by disconnecting from the wireless network and reconnecting.
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According to both ipconfig and the status section on the router (accessed through another computer), the failing machine is connected as 192.168.1.68 Any ideas? Help? Cannot Ping Router From Pc ashraf siddiquiJul 16, 2013, 7:07 PM boosted1g said: Try uninstalling and reinstalling driver/software for wifi adapter.If it is an internal laptop card, make sure the lilttle antenna leads did not come Cannot Ping Default Gateway Windows 7 Two Laptops can be pinged between the 2 but rest do not.
Its home location is served by a cable modem and gets its address successfully from the cable supplier's DHCP server. /Release and /Renew works successfully. http://cleantechinnvest.com/cannot-ping/unable-to-ping-wireless-printer-windows-7.html Had to change both. Windows firewalls are off on both computers. The firewalls are off ICMP settings were changed as described in the second post, but it does not help either Helpful +12 Report eatfish1a Jan 5, 2010 09:35AM All, I solved Can't Ping Router Ip
Thanks, Rob Report wcruz- Feb 16, 2009 04:58PM Put in your computers IP address in the "Trusted" list inyour Firewall Software. Re: Can't Ping wireless Network... I tried in PT to turn it off but it wouldn't let me. http://cleantechinnvest.com/cannot-ping/unable-to-ping-router-ip.html Wifi works under Win7.
I tried in PT to turn it off but it wouldn't let me."I can ping 10.1.11.1(R3 interface) but can't ping 10.1.11.2(WRT300N interface).Even I can't also ping 10.1.11.2 from R3(They both are How To Ping Dhcp Server Thanks again! DMZ/SOS/MTU/Channel - you name it.
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The only clue I might have had was my mobo running hot for 2 days and I couldn't figure out why. ForumsJoin Search similar:Need help setting up linksys router[DSL] connection issueother LAN devices not showing/connecting/pinging[HSI] Charter DNS Down Widespreadone laptop cannot connect to internet on wifi, local onlymint linux cinnamon 16 64bit ashraf siddiquiJul 17, 2013, 12:05 AM boosted1g said: If your computer works fine with ethernet, but stumbles with wifi the way it does and it is your laptop and not your Why Can't I Ping My Router From Outside Gaurav Bilgi Oct 13, 2013 11:37 PM (in response to Shakil) Yes Brad you are right.
Can you install a PCI NIC card and try that? Users Helping Users ---------------------------------- Back to top #4 kazzoo kazzoo Authentic Member Visiting Tech 224 posts Posted 26 November 2007 - 12:32 PM Greetings Bill Yes I do agree something is Other computers on the wireless network, which (like the laptop) are working, have the addresses .193 and .198. his comment is here Executing ipconfig from a DOS prompt shows that this is occurring as expected, with an assigned IP of 192.168.2.10.
Request timed out. Did you set the default gateway to 10.1.11.1 on the WRT300N?2. Shakil Oct 12, 2013 6:50 AM (in response to Brad) Brad wrote:Shakil,Nice job, you seem to have figured out what most of the issues were. please Helpful +2 Report Otis Feb 19, 2009 10:45PM Similar issue, different problem.
NAT issue / 1 Jalapeno OP MRAM May 29, 2015 at 5:22 UTC Yes - I can ping everything except wireless > ehthernet. Also, when connecting to a different AP on the home network (with a different SSID) the wifi also works fine.I've tried the following steps to resolve the situation, but to no I am going to try using a LAN cable to connect to the problem router and see how that happens. I'm thinking about changing to AT&T.
Richard Helpful +4 Report sajan 4Posts Tuesday January 27, 2009Registration date June 24, 2009 Last seen Feb 2, 2009 12:11AM Hi dear, If ur using MS server OS then Please check Got host isolation turned on? You would need to change the settings on the wireless router to not NAT (routed mode) and then put a route in your main network router to point the wireless LAN After all, it could still connect to the router by DHCP to get an address....
When it is in routing mode it no longer hides the IP addressed of the clients behind it and the main network does not have a route to the wireless clients. I dont need no stinking Badgers! I just don't know what to do.