up vote 28 down vote favorite 5 Edit for future readers who get here from google: This question is now the top google result when searching for 'destination host unreachable from I turned off the firewall. the laptop disappears from the netowrk...could not access/see in the map/ping....turned it back on....then read about IPv6. With Windows 7/8 disabling the service can cause significant issues with networking as it is a core service that the computer requires for proper operation, even if you turn off all get redirected here
Thanks for the replies so far! 1 Serrano OP MrMac55 Mar 7, 2013 at 4:05 UTC Sounds like a layer one issue and a layer 3 issue. If it was not there, then all clients should have this issue. 0 Serrano OP Andy_B Jan 28, 2014 at 12:53 UTC Andy_B wrote:Is the reverse lookup set Can you deploy a new image to a small subset of the affected machines and see if that makes a difference? Just my two cents but I think you need to Are all IPs on the same network for example 172.16.x.x?
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Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? The very first option worked for me in a single shot..cool. Also, if you do have a lot of machines, you may be running out of IPs. 0 Jalapeno OP bartmcarthur Mar 7, 2013 at 7:28 UTC Everything has
for example a wireless print server that is also plugged in? 0 Cayenne OP AndrewS174 Mar 7, 2013 at 2:25 UTC Might be a long shot, but share|improve this answer answered Jul 26 '12 at 16:46 Cam Jackson 1,17021733 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote Ok. And guess what? Cannot Ping Windows 7 Machine On Domain No fear, all you need to do is select "This account", enter LOCAL SERVICE and in the Password and Confirm Password boxes just enter the password as the user you are
It's somewhat common. –Jim G. Ping General Failure Windows 7 Fix I clicked first went to the service dialog for the Windows Firewall Properties, hit the logon tab and selected the local system account, selected ok and then tried to start up I delete the queue and reboot the server and it sort the issue.It think it was journal which was causing the issue.Thank you all for contributing your knowledge. 0 But till now this is still a mystry.
Are you renaming the machines, etc. Ping Localhost General Failure I had the firewall OFF and still couldn't connect. 4/01/2011 07:50:00 AM Anonymous said... TheOutcaste, Mar 19, 2008 #2 JohnWill Retired Moderator Joined: Oct 19, 2002 Messages: 106,414 If you can't ping your own address, I'd be looking at firewall issues. So far, this has partly impacted us in IT as we try to perform remote work on machines, but it's mostly impacting the teachers in the computer labs across the district
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IPv4 Route Table>Active Routes, Network Destination column, row=0.0.0.0. Loading... Cannot Ping Windows 7 Computer On Network Is adding the ‘tbl’ prefix to table names really a problem? Cannot Ping Windows 7 Computer On Domain As for how to fix that problem, it could be caused by anything.
Other machines could not connect back. Get More Info click local area connection for status and\or diagnose.IPv4 & IPv6 - No Internet accessMedia State: EnabledDuration: 6:14:33Speed: 100 MbpsSent: 42Received: 642I've tried the Diagnose thing before, it didn't find any problems You set up the server, gave it an exception in the firewall, you set up a client, gave it an exception in the firewall, and then decided to ping each computer. I'd think it would be much cleaner for this many devices to use DHCP for non-core devices and separate traffic into VLANs. 0 Anaheim OP KarlW Mar 7, Unable To Ping Windows 7 Pc On Domain
It may be affecting other people they just don't know it, the reason that we first made aware of the issue (before I even arrived at the district in August) is My problem was I couldn't ping or access file shares on my Windows 7 box from two Windows XP boxes. building A is 10.10.x.x, building B is 10.20.x.x, etc). http://softwaredevelopercertification.com/windows-7/win-xp-cannot-see-win7-shared-printer.php You may find our Question Checklist helpful to improve your question.
We even tried a lab with no antivirus, no change. Ping General Failure Server 2008 We cannot see anything being blocked by this. Production Therefore System Planning and deployment of Therefore in a production environment.
Instead, we have Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 with a firewall. Unable to ping self by IP or by Name. From the gateway it starts out hub/spoke but once it gets into the building it gets more of a mess (something I've been wanting to fix but one engineer for all Ping General Failure Windows 10 No luck.The machine is a several-year old Dell laptop - an Inspiron 1750.
I'm not saying to turn it off on both... We still have one XP lab left, and as far as I know, it has had no issues Sounds like a corrupted image which maybe using the same MAC Address on Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! http://softwaredevelopercertification.com/windows-7/win-xp-cannot-connect-to-win7-network.php The next: A can ping B A can ping C B cannot ping A B can ping C C cannot ping either And the next, it'll all be different on who
The first note here is that if you have multiple networks or multiple cards; I would recommend disabling the ones not on the network IP address that you are troubleshooting to when rolling them out...? the second router should essentially be set up in bridge mode... Try resetting your router, resetting your network adapters, fiddling with static/dynamic IP addresses etc etc. ^^ If you came from google, you probably just want to read the above ^^ I've
Up until recently, each building had it's own domain controller handling DHCP, but we have centralized that in the last couple of weeks so that all but 2 buildings get their Single word for the act of being susceptible? After the above didn't work and googling didn't help, my reaction was what you said: "I wonder if...". I think it'd be a long shot for this to be the issue, as we're seeing this problem in every building, and it seemed to start happening around the same time
if the image is using the same MAC this would cause a lot of confusion in ARP and DNS when machines are offline and others are online, switching back and forth, I hate the fact that after random Microsoft Updates, it gets reenabled without my permission and creates all kinds of problems. You didn't say what happened in between. This happens on both network interfaces - wired and wireless.To attempt to fix it so far I've disabled the windows firewall, removed a bunch of weird network interfaces that didn't seem
Oh the joys we have to deal with :) 1 Pimiento OP someshwar mishra Oct 4, 2013 at 8:26 UTC 1st Post Hi, Even we have persisted share|improve this answer answered Oct 27 '12 at 1:31 MarkS 286315 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote I found this (simple) fix for this kind of problem (I have Danger Mouse "The Dude" Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor Tribus: Los Angeles, CA Registered: Nov 14, 2000Posts: 33236 Posted: Mon Nov 05, 2012 11:26 am gusgizmo wrote:Get the mcafee removal tool, You may need to check each machine for dual IP's running and duplicate IP addresses.
I've turned off Windows firewall on both machines while testing ping. If that fixes the pinging problem, then you may need to make a new rule for your firewall to enable ping and ICMP requests. MathSciNet review alert? See the How to Ask page for help clarifying this question.If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help center, please edit the question.