So that path is ... Now this computer will accept ping ICMP echo requests and reply to them.By enabling Echo or ICMP or Ping requests by this method without completely switching off the firewall, the computer Definitely going to try that network configuration. Compare the result with pathping to machine you can ping, which is also in the same remote subnet. 0 This discussion has been inactive for over a year. have a peek here
Further diagnosis showed I couldn't even ping the box now. Spent hours doing the same as others; trying to fix myself and looking on the net. Folks, I think I might be having a problem similar to others posted on this forum but I haven't found the solution here (yet). I am sending you the details of my problem in the hope that additional information may help both of us solve the problem.
My Windows XP box can't be pinged! by R. Vista can ping family Thread Tools Search this Thread 11-30-2008, 08:17 PM #1 Rob B Registered Member Join Date: Nov 2008 Posts: 1 OS: xp Three computers - I can't find your Dell's chipset.
Proffitt Forum moderator / January 3, 2007 6:38 AM PST In reply to: Information... Max users - 5=. Break it down. Ping Not Working Cheers, G[/quote] howie2715 View Public Profile Send a private message to howie2715 Find all posts by howie2715 #12 05-29-2005, 10:11 AM mcleang Offline Registered User Join Date: May
VirusEJ View Public Profile Send a private message to VirusEJ Find all posts by VirusEJ #3 01-13-2005, 09:16 AM gdglass Offline Registered User Join Date: Jan 2005 Posts: How To Enable Ping In Windows Xp Talked to network guru's etc. heh. 1/02/2010 04:55:00 PM Anonymous said... Continued 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.
Proffitt Forum moderator / January 4, 2007 1:04 AM PST In reply to: DSL is an OS on a CD. I'm proceeding as if this was accomplished.I also dropped a hint about home made cables which drew no response so I take it the cable was not home mode and has Dave __________________ A day without laughter is like a day lost. This was the 'aha' moment I had been looking for!
Hmmm Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Since you are behind a router... http://superuser.com/questions/704518/i-can-ping-a-windows-xp-pc-with-the-firewall-off-but-i-cant-when-the-firewall-i IP. Cannot Ping Windows Xp Machine On Network Only the combination of these sites with bits and pieces of information led me to find a slightly different tweak on the situation that indeed fixed my issue.This post will take Enable Ping On Windows 7 File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks.
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 http://sauvblog.com/cannot-ping/cannot-ping-windows-xp-sp3.html I had the same problem at our workplace (Windows Vista cannot ping Windows 7, as well as Vista cannot access Windows 7's shared files/folders, but Windows 7 can access Vista's shared Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - In my router I have a nifty feature. 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 Cannot Ping Computer On Same Network
If you stop the Cisco Service it will fix the networking problem and allow you to keep the software installed. You will be getting ‘Request Time Out' reply from the destination, even though its connected and accessible in local network. by R. Check This Out Three computers - new vista 64 bit - office xp computer - family room xp computer.
The received packet count increments by one for each ping but the sent packet count does not increment. The XP system still says it is SP1, but I am not sure if some updates and/or settings beyond SP1 have been installed or not. 6. NETBIOS over TCP/IP must be enabled for normal network browsing. __________________ If TSF has helped you, Tell us about it!
Any failure to PING needs to be corrected before you go any farther. Discussion topics include Wi-Fi setups, 802.11, best routers as well as Linksys routers, D-Link routers, Belkin routers, Netgear routers, wireless printers, security settings, setting up a home network, Mac networking, and 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. If I receive written permission to use content from a paper without citing, is it plagiarism?
When trying to ping from Linux,Ping: Permission denied (are you root?)ifconfig all by itself gave same as ifconfig -aifconfig * and ifconfig eth0 gave the following:Events: error fetching interface info: Device Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the About Advertising Privacy Terms Help Sitemap × Join millions of IT pros like you Log in to Spiceworks Reset community password Agree to Terms of Service Connect with Or Sign up http://sauvblog.com/cannot-ping/cannot-ping-windows-xp.html File & Print Sharing has to be enabled on any computer you wish to share files or printers from.
You saved me a lot of work! 6/17/2011 12:17:00 PM Chris said... Proffitt Forum moderator / January 4, 2007 12:11 AM PST In reply to: Router ping And from that PC to the router. Both systems have file and print sharing turned on. 4. The time now is 06:10 AM.
Cheers, G gdglass View Public Profile Send a private message to gdglass Find all posts by gdglass #6 01-18-2005, 08:10 PM Paul Berneis Offline Registered User Join Date: Note: You can obtain the IP address and computer name of a computer by opening a command prompt (DOS window) and typing IPCONFIG /ALL. Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Thread Tools Search this Thread Rating: Display Modes #1 01-12-2005, 11:01 PM gdglass Offline Registered User Join Date: Jan 2005 In fact, in this case the Windows Firewall service was completely turned off, disabled at startup and not even running.
It could have been a Windows Update or possibly Vista Service Pack 2 that caused the issue to appear, but I really cannot say. On the XP system, when I expand the entire network, there is a long delay, then I see my workgroup. QUOTE=gdglass]Hmmm...it does sound like a similar problem but, as it happens, I found the cause of my problem and I doubt that we share it. Both boxes can access the Internet to browse the web, send/receive e-mail, etc.
mcleang View Public Profile Send a private message to mcleang Find all posts by mcleang #13 12-06-2006, 12:01 PM breadmakerca Offline Registered User Join Date: Dec 2006 Posts: I use it as a server in my lab. If that doesn't work, it almost points to a problem in the protocol stack or to some other, obscure XP security setting.