Proffitt Forum moderator / January 3, 2007 6:38 AM PST In reply to: Information... NoYes × Voted Successfully! × You can't vote for yourself × You can't choose your own answer × Product catalog Should I allow my child to make an alternate meal if they do not like anything served at mealtime? "Carrie has arrived at the airport for two hours." - There is another PC on my home network, running Windblows 2000, at 192.168.1.102. have a peek here
Was this answer helpful? 00 · 11/24/2011 09:15 JGebauer Actually I was having the exact problem. I do have Cisco client installed and can't really uninstall it because I need it. by R. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. this
So, I started digging around in the Options and I found an option labeled "Stateful firewall (Always On)". Solutions: 1) Disable the firewall completely in windows 7, which is not recommended. 2) Create an exceptional rule for ICMP echo request to reply ping commands in existing firewall, without disabling It was delivered on the computer when we bought the computer, but disabled immediately as we have other firewall, etc.
Simon Reply Subscribe RELATED TOPICS: Servers can ping workstation1, other workstations cannot Can't ping server, but server can ping client Cannot Ping Server from Workstation   10 Replies Not a problem, cuz if I knew what you know, I'd have been troubleshooting this thing properly long ago! Contact ... Ping Not Working If the received packed count increments, then you know that packets are being correctly routed to the box.
I had the same problem. How To Enable Ping In Windows Xp The user said that, after uninstalling the client, s/he could ping the XP PC fine. If the XP machine is not communciating, then it's probably not registering with a DNS server, thus nothing can ping it by name. If you encounter difficulties accessing computers that are visible in Network Neighborhood, make sure the computer being accessed has an account with the same name/password as the system connecting to it
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Thanks again breadmakerca View Public Profile Send a private message to breadmakerca Find all posts by breadmakerca #14 04-16-2007, 01:55 PM 5253h Offline Registered User Join Date: Apr http://superuser.com/questions/704518/i-can-ping-a-windows-xp-pc-with-the-firewall-off-but-i-cant-when-the-firewall-i Network Connections Started | Manual x1 'depends on', which is Started | Automatic Network Location Awareness Started | Manual x2 'depends on':AFD Networking Support Environment See above. Cannot Ping Windows Xp Machine On Network Leave All programs and go to Next. Enable Ping On Windows 7 You say you cannot ping the machine from the router itself?
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 http://sauvblog.com/cannot-ping/cannot-ping-my-machine.html One computer uses Windows Media Center, the other two use Windows XP. by R. The user said that, after uninstalling the client, s/he could ping the XP PC fine. Cannot Ping Computer On Same Network
Chuckle.DHCP Server is enabled in my Linksys router. It works very well, but it's always a challenge getting everything set up to work... My System Specs OS Windows 7 Professional x64 CPU AMD FX-8350 4GHz Socket AM3+ Motherboard Asus M5a99fx PRO R2.0 Socket AM3+ Memory Crucial 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1866Mhz Ballistix Graphics Card KFA2 Check This Out A:open search, type "services.msc" open services.Scroll down to "wlan auto config" right click, stop the service.
I HAVE ALREADY TRIED COMPLETELY DISABLING THE FIREWALL and I have no other, third party firewalls installed. Pennsylvania, US Posts: 51,044 OS: Windows 7, XP-Pro, Vista, Linux My System Failure to ping is almost always a firewall configuration issue. Here's a Tutorial.
After coming across this link: Link Layer Topology Discovery (LLTD) protocol In SP3 This blog suggests a method to get Link Layer Topology Discovery (KB922120) working on SP3: Link Layer Topology by R. My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Lenovo Desktop/Samsung Laptop OS Win7 & Win8 64bit CPU Intel i5 Internet Speed Charter-20 Mbps Antivirus Avast Browser FF, IE9 and Chrome 2xg View Public If that doesn't work, it almost points to a problem in the protocol stack or to some other, obscure XP security setting.
I am not privy to details that matter and you do have zone alarm.I'm calling this as normal operation given the details so far.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse My Windows XP box can't be pinged! that might be causing some issues. this contact form This is as it should be.
Proffitt Forum moderator / January 3, 2007 5:40 AM PST In reply to: Can't ping 1 computer on network, all access in Network Neig For instance what IP address and netmask Was this answer helpful? 00 · 11/24/2011 09:12 KeithCorbin On Windows 7, go to Control Panel > Windows Firewall > Advanced settings > Inbound Rules and enable File and Printer Sharing (Echo Request Talked to network guru's etc. I need it for work but it causes so many problems.
I tried RD and pinging the PC name and its IP. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 4, 2007 6:18 AM PST In reply to: More info I was afraid of that. I used to be able to do everything I discuss below, the only change in the past 6 months is I have re-installed Windows 7 onto a new SSD. Not the answer you're looking for?
Can you also provide an ipconfig /all of the XP computer? Even though it WAS NOT operational at the time, it was still blocking traffic somehow. I tried looking it up (the ping command i.e.) in the list of firewall exceptions but I couldn't find it. It was checked and so I unchecked it and now everything is great!
One thing that I found useful was to watch the network connection status on the XP box -- the thing that tells you how many packets were transmitted and how many Mark Forums Read | View Forum Leaders Website Homepage - Site Map - Top Powered by vBulletin Version 3.5.2Copyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. I've checked out the DAMN SMALL LINUX website, but I can't for the life of me figure out what to even download! Quote: Originally Posted by xBungler Have you tried pinging the desktop from the XP machine?
I determined this by watching the network connection status while pinging the XP box from the 2000. Neither PC has a software firewall enabled Quote: Originally Posted by 2xg Can you also provide an ipconfig /all of the XP computer?