Uninstalling it made everything work. SoftwareTipsandTricks Forum > Operating Systems > Windows XP Help! My Windows XP box can't be pinged! Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go? my review here
i have tried to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services but still no avail, my firewall is turned off. 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). If it fails, I think it's a firewall issue. It should take care speed and duplex mismatch and crossover cable issue.Other wise you have to match that setting manually. 0Votes Share Flag Back to Networks Forum 13 total posts (Page
Even though it WAS NOT operational at the time, it was still blocking traffic somehow. I have tried recreating the network connection on the XP system and using the network install disk it creates to reinstall the connection on the 98 system - does not fix So I thought, I'd add it for reference as this was the top most search result. Enable Icmp Windows 7 Command Line There were conflicting entries for the IP range I use, some Trusted and some Public.
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. How To Enable Ping In Windows Xp However, when I restarted the firewall on WinXP, Win7 cannot ping WinXP. My Windows XP box can't be pinged! Before I removed Norton Protection Center, I tried entering the MAC addresses of each machine to no avail.
Have you tried telnet and ftp too? –ott-- Oct 29 '12 at 19:51 You could add a default DNS suffix for .company.com. –billc.cn Oct 29 '12 at 20:25 Cannot Ping Computer On Same Network Helpful +4 Report Richard Jan 18, 2009 02:30PM I had the same problem, with my US Robotics router 4 years ago and forgot how I resolved the problem. 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 Sign up now.
Ultimately, I would like the firewall enable on WinXP and still be able to communicate with Win7 system. button in this new window. Cannot Ping Windows Xp Machine On Network Review of my T-shirt design Elo loss for resign vs checkmate Do SSDs reduce the usefulness of Databases The Baum-Sweet Sequence Get nth node from end in a linked list Is Cannot Ping Xp Machine From Windows 7 B (client).
My guess is that something expects a domain name which is not configured –user1190 Aug 10 at 20:46 OK, this works ... this page The firewalls are off ICMP settings were changed as described in the second post, but it does not help either Helpful +12 Report eatfish1a Jan 5, 2010 09:35AM All, I solved I hadtrouble communicating with one of the pcs in our office and eventually foundit was because the user had installed a "personal" firewall.Can you ping the pc when in the office? The Internet Connection Firewall on the XP system is turned off. Enable Ping On Windows 7
please Helpful +3 Report bones May 3, 2011 01:51PM Hello, I'm running a cybercafe with windows xp computers, hp printer and tinasoft. What gives with these jokers? I have met the same scenario with one of our computer which is not at all working with aparticularVLAN; MAC issue. http://webjak.net/windows-xp/installing-network-printer-windows-xp-using-ip-address.html Click OK and you now have a network sharing folder.
There is another PC on my home network, running Windblows 2000, at 192.168.1.102. Ping Not Working Thank you for your assistance - it did help me refocus my thinking. The list of servers for this workgroup is not currently available." In addition to thinking that there is some setting in the XP box that has turned off ping responses, I
I can ping win2k machines all day long. I can ping anything from each XP > machine successfully.Have you tried disabling the firewall on the XP machines? I have met the same scenario with one of our computer which is not at all working with aparticularVLAN; MAC issue. You mentioned that internet works fine.
I've found many routers you purchase come with a setting to disable ping and like utilities enabled by default. If you can't ping when in the office on the same subnet then it must be a firewall issue - either the Windows firewall or a third party one. I am able to connect if I use the IP address directly: C:\> ping 192.168.1.178 Pinging 192.168.1.178 with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 192.168.1.178: bytes=32 time=41ms TTL=126 Reply from 192.168.1.178: useful reference Its just when out of the office thatyou can't?When out of the office can you ping a non-XP pc that is in the office? (ieone which is on the same LAN
It was delivered on the computer when we bought the computer, but disabled immediately as we have other firewall, etc. healys818 Resolved HJT Threads 18 05-12-2011 07:42 AM BSOD Problems, IQRL_Not_Less_Or_Equal; PFN_List_Corrupt; Ntfs.sys etc. The problem is transient, most of the day I can connect to the machine just fine. A published paper stole my unpublished results from a science fair Why do manufacturers detune engines?
Is it using local dns or external to resolve internet names? By all appearences, it looks as though, at the very least, ICMP should be 100% permitted. When I expand my workgroup, there is another long delay, followed by an error message "Workgroup is not accessible. I >> also have a policy in effect that renames the administrator and guest >> accounts.
I am not using admin to ping. Therefore, I can not share files and printer. Nobody Can Ping My Computer http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc749323(WS.10).aspx Regards, Cicely Marked as answer by Cicely FengModerator Tuesday, October 30, 2012 7:29 AM Wednesday, October 24, 2012 1:40 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 I do have Cisco client installed and can't really uninstall it because I need it.
Please help Helpful +2 Report Dark Nuker Feb 27, 2009 09:04PM In order for your computes to ping each other on a network level, they have to be on the same I am trying to ping the laptop from my desktop but I am unable to.Request time out is the message. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Ping by animatech · 10 years share|improve this answer answered Apr 9 '15 at 9:43 Klaus 113 add a comment| up vote -1 down vote ping uses the ICMP protocol, specifically the 'Echo Request' and 'Echo Reply'. That will allow you to monitor and manage IP address and hosts on your network.Around the World!
bob2881 Resolved HJT Threads 21 02-21-2011 07:48 PM Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your Same exact issue, with McAfee closed it was still blocking. It was delivered on the computer when we bought the computer, but disabled immediately as we have other firewall, etc.