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Many thanks! Also, if you want to enable printer and file sharing, for XP open windows explorer (start menu>all programs>accessories>windows explorer). Without ARP, they can't learn each others' wireless MAC addresses, so they can't address the 802.11-layer headers of the ping frames. Please type your message and try again. 12 Replies Latest reply: Oct 13, 2013 11:37 PM by Gaurav Bilgi Can't Ping wireless Network... have a peek here

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 hope that's clear.Regards Like Show 1 Like (1) Actions Join this discussion now: Log in / Register 11. When I look at the Network Map for all PCs, they have only the one host, the network and the Internet - nothing else. Select “use the following IP address”. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/978997-can-t-ping-wireless-devices-from-lan

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I attempted to hardwire all units through a switch but can't connect switch to router physically, hence the wireless network.. Same workgroup tried dynamic DHCP IP, then static IP disabled IPv6 Switched off firewalls Rebooted modem/router Updated firmware modem/router....factory reset, entered all settings again Tried MAC filtering Reboot PCs these are It depends on your settings.

Home Can't ping wireless devices from LAN by MRAM on May 29, 2015 at 5:10 UTC | Networking 0Spice Down Next: End user wants VPN client on HOME PC in order asked 2 years ago viewed 8157 times active 2 years ago Related 5Does linking two wireless routers together via ethernet improve wireless responsiveness?1wireless connections cannot interact with wired connections0SOHO router cannot The wired clients are connected to a 5 port gigabit switch which is connected to one of the LAN ports on the router. Cannot Ping Wireless Devices I can ping the second computer from first computer but cant ping first from second computer.

Report Inappropriate Content Message 18 of 75 (4,429 Views) Model: Reply 0 Kudos therealroland Tutor Posts: 26 Registered: ‎2013-12-17 Re: Wired and wireless devices don't see each other Mark as New Cannot Ping Computer On Same Network Is the Access Control set to 'allow all new devices to connect'? All can ping the router. Feel free to paste the results.

I set firewalls to accept incoming echo before I disabled, also have exception set for service that I want to run and connect to. Ping Local Network Request Timed Out There must be some way to change this behaviour. It's going to take an age to remove them all. I tried the other around, pinging the PC from the wireless laptop, there is response.

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Ask a question Members get more answers than anonymous users. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-29293-can-t-ping-pcs-while-connected-to-a-router Is the Access Control set to 'allow all new devices to connect'? <

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What do I need to change so that my wireless and wired machines see each other? If the wired clients have a switch between them and the r7000, then they get internet access, but are isolated from the wireless. If it does then you know you've configured it properly.As for pinging the Internet interface of the WRT300N (or any interface in 10.1.12.0/24) from outside the WRT300N wireless LAN you will http://sauvblog.com/cannot-ping/cannot-ping-hp-wireless-printer.html I unchecked it and now some of the PCs list the others in the Network list.

The one with the printer, however, does not have the others listed and the others still can't access that shared printer. Wireless Can't Ping Wired Did you actually use the PING command to troubleshoot? You can not post a blank message.

Good idea tho. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - The common denominator is the router by NormH3 · 8 years ago In reply to can't ping any computer o ...

I changed the 5 port switch to a different brand but still no go. Notice the DNS list? Re: Can't Ping wireless Network... How To Ping Another Computer On The Same Network Enter the non routeable IP range that your wireless network is using e.g. 192.168.1.100 to say 192.168.1.110.

This worked all I had to do was plug it in. Did you configure a static route on the router directly connected to the WRT300N (Router6 in the topology pic you posted) using ip route 10.1.12.0 255.255.255.0 10.1.11.2?3. Report Inappropriate Content Message 20 of 75 (4,429 Views) Model: Reply 0 Kudos LeeH Virtuoso Posts: 408 Registered: ‎2013-11-30 Re: Wired and wireless devices don't see each other Mark as New this contact form Report QuantaCat- Feb 27, 2009 09:13PM Thanks, Dark Nuker.

Report bobd- Jan 10, 2010 01:23PM Thanks; this worked for me too. 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 There is a firewall on that device that prevents it. It is possible to define metric spaces from pure topological concepts without the need to define a distance function?

YES *It was set to work and now set to home and still getting "Destination Host Unreachable" for the ping. *Can ping the router. *Router is out of the box with Thanks to all for your suggestions! I previously disabled the firewall/nat on the netgear wireless router to no avail. If you have NAT disabled, you would need a route setup in your main LAN router that would My guest wireless access is disabled as I understand this behaviour to be normal for guest but that is not the way my wireless clients are connecting.

Heh. Maybe it will get looked at and fixed. Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions Join this discussion now: Log in / Register 9. give a fish)1.

Meaning don't use the DCHP feature from the router to get an IP. NAT issue / 1 Jalapeno OP MRAM May 29, 2015 at 5:22 UTC Yes - I can ping everything except wireless > ehthernet. The router now works as long as no ethernet devices are connected. I tried in PT to turn it off but it wouldn't let me.

Laptop has fixed IP. Thanks for replying, anyhow. To troubleshoot this, you need to figure out if your router considers your wired and wireless networks to be the same IP network or not. Re: Can't Ping wireless Network...

Did a thief think he could conceal his identity from security cameras by putting lemon juice on his face? Wifi devices can ping laptop. Someone please help.