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Yes No Additional feedback? 1500 characters remaining Submit Skip this Thank you! Success! Reply With Quote Aug 27th, 2005,11:06 PM #6 MalcolmCarmen View Profile View Forum Posts Lively Member Join Date May 2005 Posts 90 Re: How to ping computer behind home router? in access list 99 there is no permit icmp because of it i choose acl 100IP: s=184.108.40.206 (local), d=220.127.116.11, len 100, local feature ICMP type=8, code=0, NAT(2), rtype 0, forus FALSE, Check This Out
LLMNR – a newer Microsoft protocol using multicast packets. I have installed 6 new Vista PCs on a Linksys router wirelessly. sign-up, it takes less than a minute and it's free! I just don't know what to do. http://www.speedguide.net/faq/how-to-become-pingable-behind-a-routerfirewall-376
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We wouldn't be able to confirm without knowing the router/host configurations and possibly the router vendor/model. A common use for identification purposes using TCP/UDP instead of ICMP is port 113 (ident)A number of legitimate programs, such as IRC, online games, and network tools may need your computer Do Morpheus and his crew kill potential Ones? In Vista, change the workgroup name so they're the same on both computers.
Report bobd- Jan 10, 2010 01:23PM Thanks; this worked for me too. Within the control panel you'll see a column for port forwarding (or its a sub heading) Reply With Quote Feb 28th, 2006,02:31 AM #10 chthong View Profile View Forum Posts Lively My Windows 7 computer is behind this router. Ping Through Router When I look at the Network Map for all PCs, they have only the one host, the network and the Internet - nothing else.
What is the actual real-life speed of wireless networks ? I was answering Joe's "i don't follow" directed at @JamesRyan, which was a deviation from the original question. –mfinni Jan 14 '11 at 21:46 | show 2 more comments Did you I changed the security back to WPA and hey presto, all PCs could talk to each other again. http://www.techrepublic.com/forums/discussions/i-can-ping-the-router-but-router-cant-ping-my-pc/ This documentation is archived and is not being maintained.
There is no universal way to set up port forwarding, every router manufacturer is different. Cannot Ping Router However, under Security | Firewall, Block Anonymous Internet Requests was not checked at home but checked on this other router. Thanks, Rob Report wcruz- Feb 16, 2009 04:58PM Put in your computers IP address in the "Trusted" list inyour Firewall Software. Would it be: :?
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I'm guessing the ethernet physical address is included in the IP Packet, and that physical address is used by the router to distinguish between the two computers behind the network. The whole point of routing is that the routers know how to reach the other networks, even if they aren't attached to the networks. Cannot Ping Computer On Same Network All connected through Linksys wireless router. Cannot Ping Computer On Network Windows 7 So, I have more work to do, though we did make some progress.
The IP address are fine and so are the subnet mask ids. his comment is here Register now Not a member yet? I'm thinking about changing to AT&T. Pinging via IP still works, which leads me to believe it has something to do with the university DNS server. Cannot Ping Computer On Network But It Can Ping Me
On Vista..well, you'll have to look it up cause I can't remember at the moment. Do the IPA consonants /v/ and /w/ sound similar? The one with the printer, however, does not have the others listed and the others still can't access that shared printer. this contact form Originally Posted by capsulecorpjx What IP address would i use to ping a PC connected behind a home router (with one public IP address shared among multiple PCs)?
if you have any anti-virus software blocking any incoming connection and is your pc gateway same as the gateway of your router .is your router acting as dhcp server for all Ping Through Nat This is a great post and a great thread! I don't know how to use it, but it's unlikely to be the cause, as only Windows Vista and 7 support it.
The router handles the requests.
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 can't access to my web server using WAN ip with port 8080. Here you have a number of options, none of them what I would consider "good": Configure static routes for other subnets on each host: again management issues and prone to error. Icmp Windows 10 Helpful +1 Report quantacat 1Posts Thursday February 12, 2009Registration date February 13, 2009 Last seen Feb 13, 2009 02:28PM Hi: I have a similar problem, but none of these solutions has
As you've provided no useful debug, it's difficult to guess what's going on, especially as your diagram mentions many devices, but we're only interested in three of them - two hosts Please click the link in the confirmation email to activate your subscription. In the "Network sharing and security" window, check the "Share this folder on the network" box and then name the folder what you want. navigate here In the left window find the C drive and right-click and choose "sharing and security..." and in the properties window under Sharing tab, click the bottom sentence.
I hope this helps someone. In the diagram below, why is it that I cannot ping host 2 from host 1? Draw a hollow square of # with given width Why does low frequency RFID have a short read range? please Helpful +3 Report bones May 3, 2011 01:51PM Hello, I'm running a cybercafe with windows xp computers, hp printer and tinasoft.