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They make no mention of any business services at all. Thanks for any and all suggestions. From the standpoint of the passing probes of any hacker, this machine does not exist on the Internet. Mark it as an accepted solution!I am not a Comcast employee.Was your question answered?Mark it as a solution! 0 Kudos Posted by Baric 09-16-2008 02:14 PM Networking Expert View All Member Check This Out
I am an XFINITY Forum Expert and I am here to help.We ask that you post publicly so people with similar questions may benefit.Was your question answered? Also, when I'm hardwired to the modem, I've always been able to ping it and get access to the admin pages - I can't do this now. [Per your recommendation, I I can't seem to ping my ip from my office. however, you are assuming a static-type of routing...when dealing wtih a "router" you have to realize that if the device can "sense" the existance of another device (or is TOLD that
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There are private multicast IPs too but those aren't used on the internet.kfinpgh wrote:Let's say I can configure the Linksys router to respond to PING. I use this very setup at 3 locations with no problems whatsoever. · actions · 2008-Aug-16 1:13 am · OZOPremium Memberjoin:2003-01-17
OZO Premium Member 2008-Aug-16 1:18 am It is. however, I can't even ping my modem from outside. I am an XFINITY Forum Expert and I am here to help.We ask that you post publicly so people with similar questions may benefit.Was your question answered?
I can connect to the surveillance system, but not the gate. Email Reset Password Cancel Need to recover your Spiceworks IT Desktop password? or Donate to help keep the site up! Speed Test You said I can ping my router.
Is this article FUD? [Security] by DarkSithPro253. How Do I Ping My Modem I've also tried different cat5 cables from the Westell to the wireless routers. Would that still make my router accessible from outside the comcast network?Assuming other providers use the 68.xxx.xxx.xxx IP address scheme, I could get a response from someone else's router instead of http://www.speedguide.net/forums/archive/index.php/t-52889.html It means you never have to remember the IP and don't care if it changes, just use the hostname, which is constant.
You can probably ping from your friends house because you are both on the same (Rogers) network. If not, the modem or the router is down. I am a paying customer just like you! All 10s and 127sare).
How Do I Ping My Modem
thanks cyberskye10-24-01, 12:10 PMYou are using a NAT router. my company For information on the program click here.We ask that you post publicly so people with similar questions may benefit from the conversation.Was your question answered? Can't Ping Modem What commands can be used to control GUI buttons? How To Ping A Modem Remotely All rights reserved.
To rule out the wireless router I installed a replacement unit (Netgear) and have the identical results. his comment is here Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? A thought popped into my head and I tried to connect to the surveillance system. I'm wondering if my office's IP address has been blacklisted somehow, maybe in Comcast's DNS servers? What Is My Ip
Jul 30, 2012 at 6:00 PM #1 Black Panther Senior Moderator™ Staff Member Joined: May 30, 2007 Messages: 8,875 (2.57/day) Thanks Received: 2,140 System Specs System Name: Great White Bengal Processor: The lack of an IP address is also confirmed by the router's "Internet" light showing that a cable is connected, but the router has not yet gotten an Internet address. But you may have to configure your router to respond to pings, by default many models will NOT respond to any outside requests unless they were initiated by the router or http://fortecrm.net/cannot-ping/cannot-ping-modem.html Mitigation1 - Use dynamic dns service such as DYNDNS.org and use a hostname to connect, instead of an IP that will just change again in a few days.
I've reset the D-Link to factory default settings but even so, I can't ping the DSL modem. Menu Articles Products Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Recent Posts Vendors Resources Resources Quick Links Search Resources Most Active Authors Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Also, firewall, disabled icmp?
It's at another place 30km away.
My IP scheme is different from yours but here goes.Cable modem -- 192.168.100.1Gateway router -- 192.168.0.1LAN computers -- 192.168.0.xUnder the "advanced routing" interface of my router I added a static route. Its like in the old days of dialup. LOL Beat me to it: http://www.cisco.com/web/consumer/support/userguides2/4028315_A.pdf page 47 on the users guide.. security, firewall, Wan settings?
Now, I can ping it from internal, but not externally. Even describing the port forwarding rules I have set up. Comcast uses a 68.xxx.xxx.xxx IP address scheme which tells me it's a private network. http://fortecrm.net/cannot-ping/cannot-ping-as-400.html Once we had some out of country scammers using our website to test credit card info, and we ended up blacklisting some IP addresses to prevent their future abuse.
If there had been an outage, wouldn't Comcast's DHCP server assign a new IP, possibly different from the one he had?As EG explains, the IP might change, but likely won't. So it was like that by default? You can go into the WAN section and release the IP address. Covered by US Patent.
open up a browser and then put in the LAN ip address of the modem/router and see if you can get it. If you are on a machine with no network connection, use a floppy, USB disk, or a CD-RW disk to transfer a text file with the information to allow pasting it