All computers should be in the same workgroup for computer browsing to function properly. Even though it WAS NOT operational at the time, it was still blocking traffic somehow. I can ... I have noticed that the XP box receives ping packets but does not transmit responses. have a peek here
This guide shows how to enable ping in XP by enabling ICMP echo packets.The host sends ICMP packets to the destination and waits for the response. As I read through the posts, I noticed one regarding Cisco VPN Client. So I got a bit of work done this morning, then tried tackling the sudo su bit...Trying to boot with Linux CD, and now for the life of me, I can't Desperate GillianSeed Windows XP 10 02-23-2012 04:17 AM Windows XP Solutions - An Outline - PLEASE READ Zxian Windows XP 159 10-07-2009 11:40 PM A new idea for the windows registry navigate here
The problem is the wireless router is not compatible with the Cisco VPN so I can't connect via my notebook. My cat sat down on my laptop, now the right side of my keyboard types the wrong characters Adverb for "syntax" Is there any known limit for how many dice RPG I need the Intel Chipset and maybe a link on Dell's website about your machine to offer which driver I would install.As to DSL, since it didn't go, I would try
I can't find your Dell's chipset. How To Enable Ping In Windows Xp not homemade.)I do have a sneaking suspicion about the OS install but I boot my linux cd and perform that test to rule out the hardware possibility.There is an even more Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Ok, we have it cut down to that machine and just the link to by R. One could uninstall ZA on the unpingable PC, run WINSOCKXPFIX and try again.
Again, thank you for your continued assistance! First of all, for any of those that are interested, my problem turned out to be the Cisco VPN client that I had installed. The WAP connected device (a TIVO) and both computers have working access to the Internet. Is there a word for turning something into a competition?
It gets the unknown host error when it tries to ping the XP system by name. This Site Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Cannot Ping Windows Xp Machine On Network The router can ping the 98 system but not the XP system. Enable Ping On Windows 7 It may find your network card when DSL didn't.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - :) by LMillerMT / January 5, 2007 2:09 AM PST In reply to: DSL
You might want to look at that. navigate here jenom View Public Profile Send a private message to jenom Find all posts by jenom #11 04-12-2005, 11:46 PM howie2715 Offline Registered User Join Date: Apr 2005 Posts: Can you ping the other way around?2. IMHO blocking ICMP packets is generally not a good idea for your network health and I would recommend checking all of the boxes to allow all types of ICMP packets unless Cannot Ping Computer On Same Network
Not sure if that's all the info you were looking for in regard to that...This baby only has USB ports for the keyboard that I can see. by R. by svasily1 · 10 years ago In reply to Unable to ping Machine al ... Check This Out They should make that an option duing Setup.
Okay Bob - here's what I've now come up with.I got DAMN SMALL LINUX, burned a bootable CD, booted from that CD, then tried to ping that computer. Talked to network guru's etc. All serious responses appreciated.
Proffitt Forum moderator / January 4, 2007 6:27 AM PST In reply to: Wow Any sufficiently advanced magic is indistinguishable from technology.Or was that vice versa.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful Ping from the router to the machines. Press OK. My Windows XP box can't be pinged!
current community blog chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. I did find some other IP and ICMP security crap while poking around in places that I probably shouldn't have been in Windows administration land but that didn't seem to make 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 - http://sauvblog.com/cannot-ping/cannot-ping-my-machine.html by LMillerMT / January 3, 2007 10:42 PM PST In reply to: Ping by name?
Finally found your answer, disabled the "Stateful firewall" and had instant access to the "unpingable" computer. windows-xp ping windows-firewall share|improve this question asked Jan 20 '14 at 21:26 Shashank Sawant 3622621 Update: I can add ping.exe from the system32 folder but that process is on The other 2 computers can ping each other without a problem.All computers can access each other through Network Neighborhood.I'm trying to use a program between my main computer and another computer How many network interfaces do you have?Are you pinging on same network? 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Unable to ping by invincible_amritsar · 10 years ago In reply to ??
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. The stranger thing is that the router recognizes, and assigns an IP address to the XP box. by R. Turning it on and enabling ICMP pings makes no difference. 3.
I have a suspicion that if we were to install the motherboard chipset driver and then retest and if fail then the network card driver we would strike off another common SoftwareTipsandTricks Forum > Operating Systems > Windows XP Help! To enable ICMP Ping packets open the Windows Firewall configuration icon in Control Panel and go to the Advanced tab and click the ICMP settings button From there check the box Any failure to PING needs to be corrected before you go any farther.
File & Print Sharing has to be enabled on any computer you wish to share files or printers from. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Which makes me think of this quote. PLEASE - Someone, anyone (I don't know how): Post this Cisco Firewall atrocity, and its solution, on the internet so that it will be easier to find for all the others Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Can't ping 1 computer on network, all access in Network Neig The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is
What's the name of style where GM assumes idiotic behaviour unless stated otherwise? Yet I have a PC on my network which I cannot ping. You are correct in your assumption. Now I have to ask the expert (Bob) - and thank you for your time and experience, by the way.All computers can ping 192.168.1.1What next?
The router itself (192.168.1.1) has a ping utility and can ping ...102. They have a Windows XP discussion forum with some pretty bright folks checking in.