gensysuswest Member 2009-Apr-11 6:02 am OK, thanks everyone. I've reloaded the printer driver several times and wiped everything pretaining to hp out of the registery. Cannot Ping Laptop On Wireless Network

The two machines I am | referring to above that I am having problems with can both ping the radio | connected to the hub at the office (on the local Is it possible to have 3 real numbers that have both their sum and product equal to 1? Reply 1 1 dbigelow Student Posts: 1 Member Since: ‎08-24-2013 Message 16 of 25 (5,882 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: HP Officejet 6500 Wireless has IP address but cannot Ping or navigate here I have "Destination Host Unreachable" message.

solved High ping when pinging Default Gateway solved Ping delays on gateway, but not on router solved Unable to ping home network solved Unable to ping and traceroute of any public Cannot Ping Computer On Network Windows 7 By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy Not a member? NAT issue / 1 Jalapeno OP MRAM May 29, 2015 at 5:22 UTC Yes - I can ping everything except wireless > ehthernet.

Yes Did you check the netmask on each of the devices?

Why do manufacturers detune engines? so I'm glad you discovered the hardware issue before spending too much time on other possibilities.Anyway, you might want to consider spending $20-$30 and buying an ethernet switch to replace your Static on the line, modem hit by lightning, etc, etc. Cannot Ping Gateway Get the answer AnonymousJul 15, 2005, 10:02 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)Here is the ipcong/all for the machine that DOES NOT WORK...Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . .

I had no clue hubs had an IP address. Thanks.Eric 1 answer Last reply Mar 16, 2014 More about print ping printer connected wirelessly estotzMar 16, 2014, 8:40 PM After a couple of hours I found the issue. No VPNs as I understand them - My wife has used both of the wireless computers for Remote Desktop access to her computer at work. his comment is here My printer is wireless.

This means that your wireless devices traffic to your main network looks like it all comes from 1 IP on that network. Just want to clarify the IP came from the router and not a setup disk on the wired computer making some choice. · actions · 2009-Apr-9 5:55 am · (locked) AthlGrondPremium