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All I want is the PC connected to Printer could be shared. Try re-booting your routers and see whether the shares show up then. I cannot ping the other computers, but can ping the problem computer. It is always helpful to see what people try and what works for people in various circumstances. http://fortecrm.net/cannot-ping/cannot-ping-computers-same-workgroup.html
Cannot Ping Computer On Same Network Windows 7
until today. Coombs Aug 24 '14 at 18:08 1 What are the possible reasons for this value being set to Peer-Peer by default? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I am certain bonjour will deliver the goods you are looking for. –Scandalist Jul 23 '13 at 22:57 | show 1 more comment up vote 0 down vote I think this Cannot Ping Computer On Lan ICMP boxes are checked for incoming echo requests on both. finally, for the moment, exactly what error is ping reporting? __________________ If you don't like free advice, please Donate! 10-29-2010, 12:47 AM #5 loveumax Registered Member Join Date: If I connect both computers to the router with an ethernet cable I am able to share files and connect to each other.
Ack!), 4 tries WINS server then broadcasts, and 8 tries broadcast then WINS server (called "Hybrid" mode). Ping Local Network Request Timed Out Try to view workgroup computers on the network again. So, the problem is one of credentials, I guess. Hard to imagine any other cause. __________________ If TSF has helped you, Tell us about it!
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It was very help full griever09 Helpful +2 Report Louis Jul 19, 2010 04:27AM I have Norton antivirus and had the same problem. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-networking/windows-7-pro-cant-ping-other-ip-addresses-are-see/f49e3853-02ce-4eeb-9eb1-b0162e67965a share|improve this answer answered Sep 20 '12 at 10:33 wmz 4,4171621 This looks very promising. Cannot Ping Computer On Same Network Windows 7 Request timed out. Cannot Ping Computer On Network But It Can Ping Me Thanks! –aardvarkk Sep 20 '12 at 15:23 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote Perhaps the server is unable to resolve the host name.
Apparently this is another change that WET made. http://fortecrm.net/cannot-ping/cannot-ping-lan-computers.html I tried pinging my PC from my laptop and it says that my request timed out. Being a member gives you additional options. nicely without a single hiccup. Cannot Ping Computer On Same Subnet
Not the answer you're looking for? Stinks! 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 http://fortecrm.net/cannot-ping/cannot-ping-another-computer-workgroup.html rudrpdls says: 8 years ago I recently had a new computer hard drive failure.
Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of 286 New 24 Jun 2015 #1 keseyken View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Apr 2015 Posts Icmp Settings Windows 7 Maybe, by some screwy logic, it's now required by Vista - I'll try that. says: 6 years ago Thanks, I found what I changed!
I didn't know about switching between DHCP and static IP until I read this, and that actually helped me fix something.
md azaj ahmed says: 5 years ago we have a 40 system network, five of them are windows server 2003 sp2, and we are using public IP on these five systems. The File and Printer Sharing port numbers range between 135 and 139, so if you open those up on your router, it should be enough to see the other computers on share|improve this answer answered Jul 23 '13 at 21:55 john 453312 Sorry about formatting.. A Can Ping B But B Cannot Ping A The IP address are fine and so are the subnet mask ids.
If you want, you can allow others on the network to change files by click the "Allow network users to change my files" box...otherwise, leave it unchecked. name resolution worked on XP because Netbios over TCP/IP was enabled by default. –Scandalist Jul 23 '13 at 22:44 I saw the options on the adapter and enabled tcp/ip If you're interested, I added some specifics in my original question. –aardvarkk Sep 21 '12 at 3:26 This was a huge help and worked perfectly. navigate here Many thanks.
Something like this: In Windows 7 (to access XP) Open Windows Explorer (My Computer or similar) In the address bar type: COMPUTERNAMEDocuments In XP (to access Win7) Open Windows Explorer In We presently have Windows 2008 R2 Domain Environment, And currently we are facing a issue with No. TT says: 7 years ago The obtain IP address automatically section worked for me I just deleted the numbers that I had in the ip addresses and it worked for me You can do this by right-clicking on Local Area Connection, choosing Properties, and then selecting the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) entry and choosing Properties.
Why can't I see anything in network places? The router can ping all PCs. I really appreciate someone taking the time to put in a list of possible issues and how to implement solutions. Unfortunately no joy.
i am much confused. Try re-booting your routers and see whether the shares show up then. Thanks very much! I am using a Belkin router with WAN ping blocking but no LAN options.
yes I can see the other machine in NBTSTAT -c and it has the name and IP -wow that feels like I am getting somewhere.. –Alan Jul 23 '13 at 22:24 Never used a pin, myself. The wireless client pings each and everything. but at least it's one more thing to look for and hopefully this info helps somebody else dealing with frustrating networking issues!