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The problem and the fix are reproducible.Salient facts: Win7 pro SP1, Comodo firewall, Avira free antivirus linksys router that's a few years old, connecting via ethernet.-------------Fix attempts:Router PowercycleModem Powercycleconnect directly to Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? This is very inconvenient since I would like to set up a share by hostname (doesnt change) and not by ip (changes occasionally since its dhcp). There is no such thing as a "FAKE" > and/or "REAL" IP address...

for SSH access and File Sharing). My desktop can ping the Hyper-V server without issue so it would appear that the problem lies with the Fedora installations.My resolv.confCode:Does anyone have anything I can try to get the Any help in this matter would be gratefully received. I have a total of 3 computers, one desktop with Windows 7 64-bit, one laptop with Windows 7 64-bit and another desktop with Windows Vista 32 bit.

But Cannot Do The Reverse? Ping using extended ping on Cisco

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wrote: | I'm genuinely confused. it give's me a DNS\Hostname error..and when im singning in at "Windows Live Messenger" it give's me error code "80072ee7"..

  • But > > it's getting harder and harder to keep re-wording it in ways that still > > make sense.. > > Actually, not much you have said so far makes
  • The problem is that in some cases, while I can ping by hostname all day long, services such as ssh, scp, vncviewer, etc all fail to resolve the hostname.
  • I can't ping / ssh my machine anymore using its hostname...
  • I can ping other machines on my network (which are running Windows) and they can ping the Ubuntu machine and conenct to Apache which is running on it.If I try to
  • I can ping all the DNS servers and host without any issue.

Luckily I don't go to sites that I would have been embarassed about but I'm sure there are some that might. regards Laxit More replies Relevance 41.82% Question: Find hostname of secondary HDD removed from laptop I have a laptop with two HDDs. Sep 3, 2010 I can't ping by netbios name or fully qualified domain name, BUT nmblookup works just fine. This also means network printers (\\STUDY2\HP LaserJet) normally don't work.However, I can always access the PC fine using \\192.168.1.xxx\, "xxx" being the currently assigned ending to the IP address of the

This is my first time using Linux seriously and I am trying to figure it all out. View 3 Replies View Related Networking :: BIND9 SLOW Ping When Ping By Hostname Feb 1, 2011 I just installed my first EVER bind DNS server. If your mailserver sends out E-mail using this domain in its EHLO or HELO, your E-mail might get blocked by anti-spam software. Why can I not ping my server by it's hostname?

Forgive my ignorance,I tried to google for answers,thanks in advance!! What could my problem be???? How can I make it go away? I have an XP VM setup that I can ping without issue via hostname and IP.All of the VMs can access the Internet without issue.

We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. I hope I have described it better this time. Ping using extended ping on Cisco

I'm practicing how to ping and do various other things on Cisco. On all my windows boxes, I am not able to ping it.

But this is definitely different. View 9 Replies View Related Ubuntu Networking :: XP Can Ping FreeNAS Hostname, Can't? Please check the name and try again

C:\Documents and Settings\John>ping google.com

google.com [] with 32 bytes of data:

Reply from bytes=32 time=80ms TTL=239
Reply from bytes=32 time=81ms TTL=239
Reply from bytes=32 time=89ms It sounds like the primary DNS server is experiencing problems and the fallback to secondary is not happening smoothly.

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Frankster wrote: > You got a lot of learning to do.

Hello,The easiest and probably safest way of doing this would be to remote onto your PC with a program like logmein free. Using a Windows XP Pro SP3 computer on the same subnet as the FreeNAS server, I can ping the FreeNAS server's hostname and it works just fine. Frankster wrote: > > (which THEN goes back to a different less static IP address > > Well, there are no "more" and/or "less" static IPs. But I cannot do the reverse.

It was consuming 99% of CPU usage. Installing SP1 fixed the issue. So the problem seems to only affect machines running FC13.Final note: selinux is disabled, iptables is disabled, ip6tables is disabled.Other than that, discovery is a brand-spanking-new install straight off of the First response follows... > > First: > In your original post you stated you wanted to redirect an IP to a Hostname. > This is referred to as reverse dns lookup,

Now, I took my Windows 7 laptop to my parents and my brother in-laws house, and my pings were no higher than 50ms at both places. But that's it.I have tried setting the mpu to a value recommended by my isp, I have set static ip and dns, I really don't now what to try any more. There is no such thing as a "FAKE" and/or "REAL" IP address... I am able to ping the windows 7 box by its ip address but unable to do so by its hostname.

I have no idea why - it used to work perfectly. I would think it should be available in VC++ in some form. 1 more replies Relevance 41.82% Question: Solved: problem with network share, using hostname Hi everybody,one of my domain users The network neighbourhood on the WinXP machines recognise the linux box and vice versa, (the linux Places|Network recognises the 2 WinXP). But I can not ping my server by it's hostname enighet.

On all my windows boxes, I am not able to ping it. What I want to (also) do is have a hostname that references the IPv6 link local IP address (an AAAA record in DNS, or just the fe80:: address in /etc/hosts) and View 2 Replies View Related Networking :: Referencing Hosts By (special) Hostname For IPv6 Link Local Address Apr 30, 2010 I can reach other hosts by means of their global addresses I can go in internet.The problem is that in my router panel I can see the hostname (so dhcpcd send the right one) but they can't ping other machine in the